when deleting directory (here it's named test):
Error deleting file 'test'.
"/home/j/u/junonot/cgi-bin/test/: Invalid argument"
Move operation encounters the same problem: it moves the files succesfully but fails to remove any directory.
Using another ftp client "rmdir test" deleted the 'test' directory just fine.
It was "chmod 711".
Creating a directory using WinSCP405 works fine.
Perhaps the problem is that the server is having trouble deleting the current working directory. Is "cd .." or "cd ~" a good solution to do before the RMD command?
Or is the slash too much at the end of the parameter.
Hopefully I did include enough of the log to be useful:
Deleting file "test".
Retrieving directory listing...
250 CWD command successful
257 "/home/j/u/junonot/cgi-bin/test" is the current directory
200 Type set to A
200 PORT command successful
150 Opening ASCII mode data connection for file list
drwxr-xr-x 2 30344 1001 80 Oct 26 14:59 .
drwxr-xr-x 5 30344 1001 1024 Oct 26 14:59 ..
226 Transfer complete
Directory listing successful
Got reply 1 to the command 2
550 /home/j/u/junonot/cgi-bin/test/: Invalid argument
Got reply 4 to the command 64
Error deleting file 'test'. ("/home/j/u/junonot/cgi-bin/test/: Invalid argument")