You can delete a qtree using Windows Explorer or a UNIX client, if the qtree permissions allow.
Before you begin
The following conditions must be true:
- The volume that contains the qtree you want to delete must be mounted (for NFS) or mapped (for CIFS).
- The qtree you are deleting must not be directly mounted and must not have a CIFS share directly associated with it.
- The qtree permissions must allow you to modify the qtree.
- Find the qtree you want to delete.
Note: The qtree appears as a normal directory at the root of the volume.
- Delete the qtree using the method appropriate for your client.
The following command on a UNIX host deletes a qtree that contains files and subdirectories:rm -Rf directory
Note: On a Windows host, you must use Windows Explorer to delete a qtree.