On 02/21/12 15:32, zfs-dev wrote:
You might want to try a reboot of the system. There is some low level caching of the encryption key in the kernel. I noticed that you can remove the key and continue to mount and umount it without a key so long as you do not reboot. Maybe this will clear it up. I never recommend "just reboot" however, in this case it may actually work.
That behaviour is by design and is documented on zfs(1M) in the 'zfs umount' section as follows:
For an encrypted dataset, the key is not unloaded when the file system is unmounted. To unload the key, see zfs key. -- Darren J Moffat _______________________________________________ zfs-discuss mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org http://mail.opensolaris.org/mailman/listinfo/zfs-discuss