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Date:   Thu, 27 Jan 2022 07:27:07 +0000
From:   Maxim Blinov <>
Subject: Re: Help! How to delete an 8094-byte PATH?

I forgot to mention in the first email: I'm running Ubuntu 20.04 in a
RISC-V QEMU image, so it's not exactly your standard setup.

I've also made an interesting observation. If I descend to the very
bottom of the directory tree, I can trigger the following behaviour:
$ mkdir b
$ ls
a  b
$ rmdir b
rmdir: failed to remove 'b': File name too long
(the file 'a' was created from an earlier experiment.)

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