I noticed that one of the folders I once had and then deleted still exists in the samba share. It does not exists anymore indeed in the greyhole directories, but it does exists in the share. I ran an fsck but that didn't remove. Here's a bash log to illustrate what I mean. I'm not sure what events lead to this situation. No files were lost so that's fine with me, however I think this should be addressed.
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jayrock ~/Desktop$ sudo ls -al /var/hda/files/Software/Fedora/AF98015/ total 8 drwxrwxr-x 2 jayrock users 4096 Sep 29 06:04 . drwxrwxr-x 3 jarock users 4096 Sep 30 09:46 .. jayrock ~/Desktop$ sudo ls -al /var/hda/files/gh/Software/Fedora/AF98015 ls: cannot access /var/hda/files/gh/Software/Fedora/AF98015: No such file or directory jayrock ~/Desktop$ sudo ls -al /var/hda/files/drives/drive5/gh/Software/Fedora/AF98015 ls: cannot access /var/hda/files/drives/drive5/gh/Software/Fedora/AF98015: No such file or directory jayrock ~/Desktop$