> From: zfs-discuss-boun...@opensolaris.org [mailto:zfs-discuss-
> boun...@opensolaris.org] On Behalf Of Sami Tuominen
> How can one remove a directory containing corrupt files or a corrupt file
> itself? For me rm just gives input/output error.

I was hoping to see somebody come up with an answer for this ... I would expect 
rm to work...

Maybe you have to rm the parent of the thing you're trying to rm?  But I kinda 
doubt it.

Maybe you need to verify you're rm'ing the right thing?  I believe, if you 
scrub the pool, it should tell you the name of the corrupt things.

Or maybe you're not experiencing a simple cksum mismatch, maybe you're 
experiencing a legitimate IO error.  The "rm" solution could only possibly work 
to clear up a cksum mismatch.
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