how to solve: Too many levels of symbolic links
on my SUSE platform, I make a link between files in /data1 and the current directory like ln -s /data1/xjc/data/prob/2012/*.Z .
,then I use 'guzip *.Z' but the error reports:
gzip: *.Z: Too many levels of symbolic links.
I check the files(*.Z) linked here and find I can read them but can not gunzip them.
how can I deal with this problem?
noticed that: /data1 is the directory parallel to /home /bin /data2 which has the different file system between them.
but I have mkdir xjc/data/prob/2012 in /data1 with the right given by root.