标签归档:Inode Number

How to: Linux / UNIX Delete or Remove Files With Inode Number

An inode identifies the file and its attributes such as file size, owner, and so on. A unique inode number within the file system identifies each inode. But, why to delete file by an inode number? Sure, you can use rm command to delete file. Sometime accidentally you creates filename with control characters or characters which are unable to be input on a keyboard or special character such as ?, * ^ etc. Removing such special character filenames can be problem. Use following method to delete a file with strange characters in its name:

Please note that the procedure outlined below works with Solaris, FreeBSD, Linux, or any other Unixish oses out there: 继续阅读