Re: Nautilus keeping mounts "in use"
- To: debuser <email@example.com>
- Subject: Re: Nautilus keeping mounts "in use"
- From: Mark Roach <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: 03 May 2003 22:02:17 -0400
- Message-id: <1052013737.25994.180.camel@flmrroach>
- In-reply-to: <1051911767.897.3.camel@Jane>
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On Fri, 2003-05-02 at 17:42, Scott Henson wrote:
> On Fri, 2003-05-02 at 16:41, Alex Malinovich wrote:
> > I've been having a problem with Nautilus keeping mounted filesystems "in
> > use" even after all the windows are closed. This primarily happens with
> > my Zip drive and my NFS mounts. The only way that I can unmount the
> > devices is to forcibly kill all the running nautilus processes.
> > What's odd is that using Nautilus to unmount the drives doesn't work.
> > You'd think that if Nautilus had a device in use, it would know it and
> > therefore stop using it and then unmount. But that's not the case.
> > Any ideas on how I might be able to fix it? Or is it just a bug in
> > Nautilus?
> I think this maybe fam in action. If you have that installed it is most
> likely the problem. Maybe using lsof to determine the process that is
> acctually using the files. I think you will find it to be fam.
An easier way is to use "fuser -m /mountpoint" to get a list of
processes which are using that fs.