on my multiboot eCS/Linux system, a wrongly started Linux program
almost filled up the eCS JFS startup volume. I just could start eCS,
started to delete with a filemanager the 1000s of files (all under one directory) because several utilities complained about "incorrect file
name" and other errors, also chkdsk. This took too long, so I used the
drive object, and delete the object to the trashcan. Now the trashcan
is unusable. As soon as I click on it, it goes to 100% cpu and stays
there. The screen says "calculation size" or something similar, on the deleted directory.
How can I get rid of this? It is not a regular directory. I have a eCS maintenance partition and also Linux to work outside the normal eCS, if needed.
Here x:\Trash is a regular directory as well as x:\arbeitsoberfläche\papierkorb.
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