This was fixed in r337328 but is not yet available in 11.2-RELEASE. Fortunately there are temporary fixes too that you can use while waiting for the patch to be included in the next release.
First add this line to
Second use a memory backed filesystem for the chromium cache. A script to do so was included in the chromium package, but it has since been removed now that a proper fix is coming in.
But if you want to do this manually, first ensure that
~/.cache/chromium directory exists and is empty. Then in
/etc/fstab add this line with
$USER changed accordingly:
md /home/$USER/.cache/chromium mfs rw,late,noatime,noexec,nosuid,-w$USER:$USER,-s300m 2 0
This will mount the chromium cache path on an UFS partition over a memory backed virtual disk.
I’ve been testing this for several days now and it works like a charm. Don’t forget to remove this workaround when you are past r337328 though.