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removing old images

Dennis Gurgul
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removing old images

In /opt/cmu/image, images seem to remain even after the logical groups are removed (using the CMU GUI). 

 

I see no way to remove an image in the User Guide.  Is it OK to just \rm * in the directory for an image?

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Re: removing old images

Hello Dennis,

 

Sorry for the delay in responding to this post.

 

Yes, you can use 'rm -rf' to remove the old image directory in /opt/cmu/image/. CMU does not delete this directory because it contains all of the old image data that may be useful and/or forgotten when the new image was created.

 

Regards,

--Chris