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Rm

(since EVL 2.0)

Remove <dest>, which might be one of:

<local_path>
hdfs://<path>
gs://<bucket>/<path>
s3://<bucket>/<path>
sftp://<path>

So when argument contains ‘hdfs://’, then it is supposed to be on HDSF file system and calls the function ‘evl_hdfs_rm’, which is by default ‘hadoop fs -rm’.

When argument contains ‘s3://’, then it is supposed to be on S3 file system and calls the function ‘evl_s3_rm’, which is by default ‘aws s3 rm’.

In all other cases standard ‘rm’ command is used.

Synopsis

syntax/Rm
Rm
  [-f|--force] [-r|-R|--recursive] <dest>...

evl rm
  [-f|--force] [-r|-R|--recursive] <dest>...
  [--verbose]

evl rm
  ( --help | --usage | --version )

Options

-f, --force

ignore nonexistent files and arguments, never prompt

-r, -R, --recursive

remove directories and their contents recursively

Examples

  1. To remove file from HDFS:
    Rm hdfs://some/path/to/file