Remove empty directories under the path.
This recursively removes any empty directories (including directories
that only contain empty directories), that it finds under the path.
The root path itself will also be removed if it is empty, unless
you supply the
Use command rmdir to delete just the empty directory given by path, not recurse.
This is useful for tidying up remotes that rclone has left a lot of
empty directories in. For example the delete
command will delete files but leave the directory structure (unless
used with option
This will delete
--checkers directories concurrently so
if you have thousands of empty directories consider increasing this number.
To delete a path and any objects in it, use the purge command.
rclone rmdirs remote:path [flags]
-h, --help help for rmdirs --leave-root Do not remove root directory if empty
Important flags useful for most commands.
-n, --dry-run Do a trial run with no permanent changes -i, --interactive Enable interactive mode -v, --verbose count Print lots more stuff (repeat for more)
See the global flags page for global options not listed here.