What’s the best way to delete directories?
I’ve found that when doing a ‘rm -r dirname’ in a (crypted) mount it will delete the files (and they stay deleted) but will delete the directories only temporarily. When rclones dir-cache-time expires, they come back as directories with no files. I have a feeling this is a new behavior and it didn’t always act like this.
I know there is a rclone delete option, but I’d prefer if this were natively available through standard bash tools if at all possible.