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06/02/12 14:00:13 (23 months ago)
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  • Ticket #8761, comment 2

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    1 I believe I'm also seeing the same issue with a shared folder. OS X Lion Host, CentOS 6.2 guest. Basically recursive deletes seem to fail if the directory has enough contents. Even though "rm" reports having deleted certain files, they still remain on the shared folder file system, so deleting the parent folder fails. Repeated recursive delete commands will eventually delete the whole folder, but that's not ideal and not very practical when using 3rd party tools that expect recursive deletes to work the first time. 
     1I believe I'm also seeing the same issue with a shared folder. OS X Lion Host, CentOS 6.2 guest, VirtualBox 4.1.16. Basically recursive deletes seem to fail if the directory has enough contents. Even though "rm" reports having deleted certain files, they still remain on the shared folder file system, so deleting the parent folder fails. Repeated recursive delete commands will eventually delete the whole folder, but that's not ideal and not very practical when using 3rd party tools that expect recursive deletes to work the first time. 
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    33Here's an example using PHP PEAR's Pyrus installer: 

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