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Re: udev auto mount usb disk

On Thu, Oct 07, 2010 at 11:06:12PM +0300, Volkan YAZICI wrote:
> Hi,
> Below are the configurations related with my USB disk.
>   # grep tosun /etc/fstab
>   UUID=0C98AFAF98AF95AC /media/tosun ntfs-3g noauto,fmask=133,dmask=022 0 0
>   # cat /etc/udev/rules.d/89-tosun.rules
>   ACTION=="add", ENV{ID_FS_UUID}=="0C98AFAF98AF95AC", RUN+="mount /media/tosun"
>   ACTION=="remove", ENV{ID_FS_UUID}=="0C98AFAF98AF95AC", RUN+="umount -l /media/tosun"
> Despite I tried restarting the system and udev many times, plugging -in
> and -out the USB disk doesn't make udev to trigger any events. dmesg
> just informs me about the disk as usual:
> OTOH, manually issuing "mount /media/tosun" works without a problem. Any
> ideas about what might be missing?
I'm not sure why your udev rules aren't firing, but, shouldn't you be
umounting the filesystem *Before* removing the drive? Your udev "remove"
rule is not going to fire until after the drive is pulled. This seems
like you would be risking a corrupted filesystem by umounting an
already removed drive.

I prefer to use a combination of udev rules and automount to handle
removable media, since I generally avoid using desktop managers.


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