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Re: Unmount Question

begin  Mike Arnold <nimaku@gmail.com> dedi ki:

> IIRC umount -l <device> will perform a lazy unmount, thus ignoring the
> fact that the drivce is being used by something

But the lock on device will still persist. It might be better to check
which processes are responsible for the lock via "fuser -amv" and then
kill all the locking processes, if appropriate, with "fuser -km".

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