I have been using my DroboShare and Drobo for a while now. Now that I’ve finished a clean migration over to Windows 7 (64 bit), I’m trying to clean house on some of my other computer problems - one of them is orphaned/non-deletable files on my Drobo…
The problem seems to occur from time-to-time when I do a large directory delete on my Drobo (connected through DroboShare). During the delete, I get a warning message on some of the files saying they no longer can be found with a skip/try again dialogue. After the folder delete operation finishes (I have to choose skip), the folder is still there and the files that were complained about remain in a strange state -> when I try to delete them, they look deleted, but when I refresh, they are still there. Now I have 3 old directories that I can’t seem to get rid of because of these orphaned files.
I have tried a few things (such as connecting the Drobo directly to my PC and tried using Ubuntu to delete them), but can’t find a solution that works.
Has anyone encountered this and has a solution?