I was trying to clean up my inventory of VMs. During this, one of the VMs threw a file error.
From the command line, I see this happening:
/vmfs/volumes/4b104ea9-499734d2-2460-00e081570f3f # ls -al FreeNas/
ls: FreeNas/vmware.log: No such file or directory
ls: FreeNas/vmware-8.log: No such file or directory
drwxr-xr-x 1 root root 560 Aug 2 21:52 .
drwxr-xr-t 1 root root 3220 Aug 31 00:36 ..
Obviously, at this point I can't delete the FreeNas directory, as it thinks it contains files, which really don't exist.
The only time I've seen anything like this, on a "normal" filesystem is where it was corrupted.
Is there any way to validate a VMFS, or is my only option to back everything up, and re-format. I hope not.