Unlike Windows, Linux/BSD/Unix operation system drivers clean the part of inode information after file is deleted: it fills with zero object size, object type/mode information and object allocation information. This means after file if deleted, [the filesystem] knows nothing about it.
rm -R /archive/ *
rm -R /archive/*
# rm -R /archive/ *
Do you really want to delete all files? [n/y]
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