Delete directories from the resource manager of OceanStor 9000.


1. Log in to DeviceManager.
2. Choose Provisioning > Resource Manager.
3. Select the directory to be deleted, click Delete, and complete the operation as prompted.
If the selected directory is not empty or has share settings, delete it as follows:
- If the selected directory is not empty, delete data from the shared directory on the host side, delete the share settings, and then delete the directory.
- If the selected directory is empty but has share settings, delete the share settings and then the directory.

Other related questions:
How do I manage the size of a directory on OceanStor 9000?
You can configure quotas for directories to manage storage space on OceanStor 9000, and a license is required to obtain this feature.For details about how to configure quotas, see InfoAllocator Feature Guide by accessing

Whether the OceanStor 9000 management network can access shared directories
No. The OceanStor 9000 management network cannot access shared directories because the management network cannot communicate with the service network. This is to prevent services from being attacked.

Directory permissions of an OceanStor 9000 file system
Directory permissions of an OceanStor 9000 file system refer to permissions on directories in WushanFS. WushanFS works in Linux and employs the rwx model of UNIX to control directory permissions.

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