Re: umount: /cdrom: devide is busy.
Philippe Troin wrote:
> On Sat, 04 Oct 1997 18:08:19 +1000 Alan Eugene Davis
> (email@example.com) wrote:
> > This happens to me quite often: a floppy or a cd isn't being accessed,
> > but I cannot unmount it: umount gives the error I have indicated.
> > Is there any way to find out what process or which xterm might be
> > accessing or sitting on a certain device?
> Fuser in package procps can do this:
> fuser -muv /cdrom/
> Lsof, in lsof package can do more things, but is more complex too...
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I have had this problem when attempting to mount the /cdrom directory
while I, or one of my shells, or someone else's cursor was in the
directory I was trying to mount.
Usually I was the one in the directory that I was attempting to mount.
Hope this helps :-)
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