Re: umount -n (was Re: Halt script)
You (Bruce Perens) wrote:
> Date: Sat, 13 Jan 96 09:39 PST
> From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Bruce Perens)
> Subject: Re: umount -n (was Re: Halt script)
> I think that "umount" was modified to make the "-n" flag unnecessary.
> In other words, it detects the mtab-unwritable condition, and proceeds.
> However, removing the flag was the wrong thing to do. It should have been
> left in, and marked "obsolete" in the man page, so that existing scripts
> would not be broken.
I've changed it like this:
umount -a -tnonfs
umount -a -tnfs
to be sure nfs is unmounted last.
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