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REMOVE(9P)							    REMOVE(9P)

NAME
       remove -	remove a file from a server

SYNOPSIS
       size[4] Tremove tag[2] fid[4]
       size[4] Rremove tag[2]

DESCRIPTION
       The  remove request asks	the file server	both to	remove the file	repre-
       sented by fid and to clunk the fid, even	if the remove fails.  This re-
       quest  will  fail  if  the client does not have write permission	in the
       parent directory.

       It is correct to	consider remove	to be a	clunk with the side effect  of
       removing	the file if permissions	allow.

       If  a file has been opened as multiple fids, possibly on	different con-
       nections, and one fid is	used to	remove the  file,  whether  the	 other
       fids  continue to provide access	to the file is implementation-defined.
       The Plan	9 file servers remove the file immediately:  attempts  to  use
       the  other  fids	will yield a ``phase error.''  U9fs follows the	seman-
       tics of the underlying Unix file	system,	so other fids typically	remain
       usable.

ENTRY POINTS
       Fsremove	(see generates remove messages.

								    REMOVE(9P)

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