Področje: Hardware
Vprašanje: umount
Datum: 26.04.2002

Cannot unmount a file system because it is "in use"
A running process may be "using" the file system that you are unaware of. The first thing to check is whether your current working directory is inside the smbfs file system. If you did a 'cd' into it, then it will be in use. In general to find users of a file system, Linux provides the very helpful command, fuser.
# fuser -mauv /usr/mnts/A
Note: To kill all the pids accessing the file system, add the -k option to the command (use with caution).

lsof +D /mnt/windows

umount -l /backxxx

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