Recursively Delete Directory Using SSH

This article will demonstrate the process of Recursively deleting an entire directory using SSH command line.

To begin, login to the server using SSH.

As the root user, run the following command

# rm -rf directoryname

Replace "directoryname" with the name of the directory to be deleted.

The directory is now deleted.

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