2016-08-18 11:45 AM
We're running OnTap 8.2.1. I was looking for a system side command I could use to browse cifs shares and remove a particular folder under a root share as opposed to navigating the share from Windows, but I haven't seen anything. I'm curious if anyone here has a tip/trick for removing overly complex, deep/large folder structures without just removing the entire share?
So far it's taking 20+ minutes to discover the folders content from a windows client before the system starts to delete anything.
The structure looks similar to the following:
Groups (top level folder/share)
-Group1 (1TB, 250k+ files)
-Group2 (2TB 1M+files)
-Group3 ( 1.8TB 500k+ files)
The "group 2" folder would be the one I'd like to remove.
Appreciate any assistance you could provide.