I use unlink() to delete files on my server by using the statement:
where $filename is the physical path to the file plus file name, such as:
$filename = '/var/www/vhosts/domain.com/httpdocs/a-dir/a-text.txt';
Now, I can read, write, and even create the file -- so I have the
path and permissions correct. But if I unlink() the file and then
examine the contents of the parent directory afterwards, I find the
file remains -- what's up with that?
This reminds me of the process of deleting files on your local hard
disk, which basically sets the disk-space allocated to the file as
"available for writing" without actually deleting the file.
So what am I not understanding here?
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