Using the shell, I opened a tar file that was full of db dumps that were compressed with bzip2. For each dump file, I (1) unzipped, (2) loaded, (3) deleted.
From the shell, the directory where I worked looks perfect. Using Finder, the directory view has frozen on what the directory looked like immediately after I untarred. None of the changes caused by
~/WorkArea/bzip2 -d *dmp.bz2 or
~/WorkArea/rm *dmp are reflected. Also, mysteriously a directory titled
Disk1 is now viewable in Finder. That directory was never viewable in the shell.
Trying to move or delete any file with Finder in that directory gives a
The operation can't be completed because an unexpected error occurred (error code -1407).
How can Finder get synchronized with the work I did in the shell?