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       condor_rmdir Windows - only no-fail deletion of directories


       condor_rmdir [/HELP | /?]


       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.



          Print usage information.


          Print usage information.


          Print detailed output.


          Print out the internal flow of control information.


          Remove the directory given by <path>.


          Include subdirectories in those removed.


          Continue even if access is denied.


          Print error output only.


          Do not remove directories. ACLs may still be changed.

Exit Status

       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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                                           January 2014                           condor_rmdir(1)