Every day, permission of
~/.Trash is always gone(Pic1). And
.Trash become zero bytes file.
That mean, I can't move files to Trash, and Finder will delete files immediately.
~/.Trash go wrong, I fix the problem by
sudo rm -ri ~/.Trash and reboot mac, to create new Trash with normal permission. But, trash won't work again just after 1~2 hour.
- (Permission of Trash on iCloud Drive is not affected-which means I can still remove files on iCloud Drive to trash.)
What I tried
sudo rm -ri ~/.Trash
- remove and recreate
.Trashon the iCloud path too.
- use 'Appy enclosed items...' from home folder.
- just don't use any kinds of 'optimization app' or 'cleaner app.'
- reinstall clean macOS.
- use disktuil on an internal drive and external drives.
I guess the problem comes with Time Machine backup, but I don't know why.
Because I found that, whenever Time Machine auto-backup starts and done, next time I boot the mac, it happens again.
It happens for both wired external Time machine drive and wireless drive on Nas, and it happens even I clean up the external drive and restart Time machine from the empty drive.