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1. UNIX for Beginners Questions & Answers
mount -f nfs 1234:/export/ert /der/fr/ert
mount : /der/fr/ert: device busy
normally I will then do an
and kill the pids, which I did.
now if I do an fuser /der/fr/ert
I get the mount point and no pid
> fuser /der/fr/ert
but it... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: goya
Unable to make tape backup, please help.
/opt/ignite/bin/make_tape_recovery -a /dev/rmt/?mn -I -v -m tar -x inc_entire=vg00
* Creating local directories for configuration files and archive.
======= 04/25/16 16:28:08 IST Started /opt/ignite/bin/make_tape_recovery.
(Mon... (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: anuragr
The green cdrom light is blinking on our Sun Solaris server. I tried the eject command to eject cdrom:
cdrom: No such file or directory
No default media available
bash-2.05# eject cdrom0
cdrom0: No such file or directory
The message log file shows:
Oct 19... (6 Replies)
Discussion started by: agarcia19
Hey everyone, I currently have a sparcstation 5, and am trying to run some scripts on it without booting off the hard drive.
Currently I am using a Solaris 8 install cd to boot into single user mode. However, the scripts I have are on a different CD.
What I would like to do is to use the... (6 Replies)
Discussion started by: idlechatter
5. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
I'm trying to do a sharity mount to mount a terastation network drive.
I'm getting a Device or resource busy message after my mount command. Please see output below...
# /usr/local/sharity3/bin/sharity mount smb://labbackup01/bakup_data /mnt/labbackup01
Device or resource busy.... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: orahi001
When I insert a cd to CDROM drive in SF V210 Solaris 10 it took seconds then eject it auto!
How can I solve this issue?
Regards :) (8 Replies)
Discussion started by: HishamN
Anyone have any idea why I cannot umount a directory even though fuser shows no process attached to it?
fuser -cu /data/oracle/GMPSHRDM/export
umount: cannot unmount /data/oracle/GMPSHRDM/export : Device busy
umount:... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: keelba
Now i have a prolem!
I double click on my zip file from cdrom.
System can not read my zip file and i can not eject my cdrom.
How can i manage process and can i end a process
or how can i eject my cdrom?
please have me! thanks (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: leenguyen0101
Hi I have placed a CD into the rom and now I can not eject it.
when i type in
eject cdrom i get the follwing error
root@ssdb0009 # eject cdrom
/vol/dev/rdsk/c0t6d0/dp_a0500_solaris_7_and_8_cd: Device busy
Therefore i try and eject it with the -f option (eject -f cdrom) I still get the... (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: dennisca
10. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
I'm trying to unmount a file system, but umount says the device is busy. A fuser -c /myfs tells me that nothing on this fs is in use. Any idea?
Oh, and btw, why isn't my signature beeing displayed? Show user's signature is enabled and I have entered one :/ (10 Replies)
Discussion started by: sTorm
halmount(1) User Commands halmount(1)
halmount - mount and umount filesystems via hal
halmount [OPTIONS]... <device|label> [mountpoint]
halmount -u [OPTIONS]... <device|label|mountpoint>
halmount -e [OPTIONS]... <device|label|mountpoint>
halmount can mount and umount filesystems via hal. Hotpluggable devices and media such as USB sticks and CD-ROMs are typically not entered
into /etc/fstab and are therefore not mountable by normal users via the mount(8) command. Instead hal provides methods to mount and umount
Additionally it's also possible to eject devices. For devices like USB sticks eject means the device cannot be mounted again until the
stick is re-plugged, ie a "save remove" feature.
specify the file system type to use
specify mount options
-v verbose listing of devices
-u umount specified device
-e umount and eject specified device
-a perform requested mount/umount/eject operation all available devices
list UDIs of devices, useful for debugging
list all mountable devices known to hal
mount device hdc on default mount point (/media/volumelabel)
halmount /dev/hdc cdrom
mount device hdc on /media/cdrom
halmount -u "Holiday Pictures"
umount device that has the label "Holiday Pictures"
mount(8), umount(8), eject(1), fstab(5)
SUSE Linux November 2006 halmount(1)