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Start with disabling atime if not already done. You might also investigate setting primarycache=metadata impact.
Scrub your pool again (if you haven't already): zpool scrub zstorage That error is telling you that inode <0x9f115> is corrupt (deleting the file broke the filename->inode mapping, so it's just reporting the inode now). Either something still has the file open or the metadata just needs to be cleaned up (which a scrub should do). To clear the error if ...
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