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initially i will mount a image using loop device using below command
mount -n -o loop,noatime,ro -t squashfs /mnt/fsh/bt.img /opt/app/test
then "mount" reflects with below
/dev/loop0 on /opt/app/test type squashfs (ro,noatime)
i will then umount using below commnd, umount is... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: successlin
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I have to umount a CIFS from a Windows machine...but it's been imposible
there is one special task
that task cannot be kill...so I cannot umount the unit
any idea how to kill this and umount this CIFS share?
by the way I've tried
umount... (5 Replies)
Discussion started by: kopper
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I accidentally unmounted filesystems using umount -a command.
How to recover from this. Please help. Thanks in advance!
when i try to use mount -a i got the following output.
# mount -a
mount: /dev/vg00/lvol05 already mounted or /opt busy
mount: /dev/vg00/lvol07 already... (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: lramsb4u
I had a umount busy issue, that the usual fuser -mk did not solve, I did a umount -l and was able to unmount the device, I then got in trouble by the storage team staff:
Here was a snippet of their response:
Using "umount -l" is a potentially dangerous act.
The command combination for a lazy... (8 Replies)
Discussion started by: pastajet
yeah... here my question :
Exist some way to force umount on HP other than reboot?
gb (12 Replies)
Discussion started by: gogol_bordello
sorry, wrong section, mod please close thread (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: robertngo
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I am writing a multi-cd spanning installer for a particular software in Linux (Redhat 4 or greater / Suse )
My Program is in Java. A Shell Script is used to fork the java process. I found out that when the Installer tries to go to the next disc when prompted so, by the installer, the eject... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: jiju.jacob
I am trying to umount a NFS share.
When I do the following:
# umount syrupg21
umount: /oebs/syrupg21: device is busy
device bussy so I like to check what is working on the system....
# fuser -muv /oebs/syrupg21/
So no locks should be there... any clue?
Johan... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: suntac
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I inherit a Solaris7 system with /home mounted via a share from the NFS server. When I look at mnttab, there are two entries mounted under /home. Let's say they are server:/home/a and server:/home/b. I would like to maintain /home/a but not /home/b. However, I just don't know where... (4 Replies)
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the program as follow:
mount /dev/fd0135ds18 /mnt
cat /file2 >/mnt/file1
tell device busy
could you tell me the reason? (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: fresh