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 Hi Andrew,

Am 21.12.13 06:32, schrieb Andrew Wilchak:
> Hi there,
> I'm running the new OSX-ZFS code on Mavericks, and I have a
> problem: when I delete stuff in Finder, it goes in the Trash, but
> "Empty trash" will not remove the files from the trash can. It
> works fine if I rm them from .Trashes in Terminal. Permissions are
> enabled, ACLs are enabled, and I have the correct Mac normalization
> and casesensitivity properties set. And and I have no other
> problems. But I'm baffled as to why this is happening, particularly
> because the old Mac ZFS FAQ says "trash works no problem".

 Finder has some strange expectations on how directory functions behave
 when dealing with the Trashcan, which makes it surprisingly difficult
 to support a working Trashcan on non-HFS+ file systems.  Stable MacZFS
 had troubles with this for a long time, it got finally fixed in spring
 2011 after 1.5 years.

 Apparently our colleagues doing the new ZFS-OSX version missed that
 bits, so CC-ing them.

 Andrew, can you please open an issue report about this in our ZFS-OSX
 tracker at https://github.com/zfs-osx/zfs/issues so we don't lose
 track of it?

 Best regards


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