Parv wrote:

in message <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>,
wrote Parv thusly...

   # find . \( -inum <inode-1> -o -inum <inode-2> \) -print0 \
   # | xargs -0 rm -fv

Oh, don't forget the '-r', for recursion, option for rm(1) as i did.
Use this instead...

  # find . \( -inum <inode-1> -o -inum <inode-2> \) -print0 \
  # | xargs -0 rm -rfv

- Parv

Thanks, but when I did: ls -i and then typed in the inode in the command (saved in an old List e-mail): find . -inum <inode> -delete it didn't delete them. Do you think your way would work where manual command wouldn't? But, they are gone now, so I can't try it anyway.

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