rdege at cse.Buffalo.EDU
Mon Jun 25 14:42:51 EDT 2001
I'm trying to write a script that will umount a drive from my linux
system. I already have it setup so that all services that access the
drive will shutdown prior to it um-mounting. But, I can't figure out how
to umount the drive if somone resides in that directory.
> cd /mnt/opt
> umount /mnt/opt
Mount: device busy
How can I forcibly umount the drive? I tried the -f option, but no luck.
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