I just installed Debain 12 and with it came a “new” KDE 5.27, about week ago…
Then I saw
I noticed something similar - deleting something on my mount took eons and my Sysmon (which is is quite some unpolished replacement for good ol’ ksysguard btw) showed this:
Weird, eh? So it turns out that anything from my hdd-mount is being “copy-moved” into my home trash on SSD (and wasting valuable write cycles). I checked the figures and, yes, trashing something within my hdd-based directory frees up space on hdd but occupies it on my SSD
However, my trash config seems alright:
Trashing should in the blink of eye instead of copying it elsewhere, as it was on my previous KDE/D11.
Any idea what could be wrong here?
PS: Some additional info
- /home is on SSD
- I have a HDD mounted in my home
- it is a rather fresh install, didn’t have much chance to frankenstein it, yet
- ~/.local/share/Trash/ exists, on HDD also: .Trash-1000 in top directory