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Re: /etc/init.d/umountfs

Oleg <lego12239@yandex.ru> writes:

> Hello, list.
> I have /var on a separate partition. My /var/run and /var/lock mount as tmpfs:
> ~$ grep RAM /etc/default/rcS 
> RAMRUN=yes
> When i reboot or poweroff my machine i see that unmounting of /var fail because
> it busy. If i include lines:
> umount /var/run
> umount /var/lock
> in /etc/init.d/umountfs before the localfs unmounting everything is fine.
> Is this a normal behaviour that, in presence of tmpfs /var/run and tmpfs
> /var/lock, /var fail umounting and remount ro or it is a bug in script?

What version are you using? Does it happen every time or is that an
artifact from updating to a version that has /run now?


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