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Can't delete files on nss volume

Dear all,

I'm trying to delete files on a clustered NSS volume on a OES2SP3 server as root user via shell.
The rm -f test.doc command gives the following error message:

rm: cannot remove `test.doc': Permission denied


After verifying the volume with ncpcon nss verify=VOL1 we get this message:

... Executing " nss verify=VOL1"
[IRM difference] path="/" ncpirm="S" nssirm=""
[Trustee difference] path="/" fdn="Unknown(21350)" ncprights="" nssrights="SRWCEMFA"


I thought a resync of the database with ncpcon nss resync=VOL1 would fix this discrepancy
but we have still the differences when verifying.

I have already checked other threads and TIDs but nothing helped. Can anybody give some hints or solutions?

Cheers,
Tim
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You will get that error if you have flagged the file with NSS flag "Delete
Inhibit" or "Rename Inhibit". Clear those flags out and it should also be
possible to delete the file directly from a Linux console.

Regards
B Sundqvist

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