[CentOS] cannot unmount volume "xxx"

=?GB2312?B?wO7qzQ==?= lihuihust at gmail.com
Sun Jun 22 02:14:59 UTC 2008


Thank you for your help. I will try this when I mount the hard disk next
time. Thanks again.

2008/6/22 nate <centos at linuxpowered.net>:

> ÀîêÍ wrote:
>
> >     I googled this problem for many days and didn't find any way to solve
> > this problem. Maybe it is a bug. I hope someone can help me. Thank you.
>
>
> You may lose data doing this but at least for NFS volumes if something
> is stuck I umount the file systems with the "-l -f" options. I'm not
> sure if it'll work for NTFS but if you really want to force unmount
> try
>
> umount (path to mounted file system) -l -f
>
> You may want to check to see if any files are in use on that file system
> first, for that I'd use lsof
>
> lsof | grep (path to mounted file system)
>
> nate
>
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