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condor_rmdir Windows - only no-fail deletion of directories
condor_rmdir [/HELP |/?] condor_rmdir@filename condor_rmdir[/VERBOSE] [/DIAGNOSTIC] [/PATH:<path>] [/S] [/C] [/Q] [/NODEL] directory
condor_rmdircan delete a specified directory, and will not fail if the directory contains files that have ACLs that deny the SYSTEM process delete access, unlike the built-in Windows rmdircommand. The directory to be removed together with other command line arguments may be specified within a file named filename, prefixing this argument with an @character. The condor_rmdir.exeexecutable is is intended to be used by HTCondor with the /S/Coptions, which cause it to recurse into subdirectories and continue on errors.
/HELP Print usage information. /? Print usage information. /VERBOSE Print detailed output. /DIAGNOSTIC Print out the internal flow of control information. /PATH:<path> Remove the directory given by <path>. /S Include subdirectories in those removed. /C Continue even if access is denied. /Q Print error output only. /NODEL Do not remove directories. ACLs may still be changed.
condor_rmdirwill exit with a status value of 0 (zero) upon success, and it will exit with the standard HRESULT error code upon failure.
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