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2019 Nov 26
2
systemd: Failed unmounting /var on reboot, should I worry about fs corruption?
...r, /var/lib/mysql etc. System boot proceeds without a hiccup, in terminal systemctl status says everything is OK and running, journalctl says so as well - systemd mounts everything stated in fstab. However, on reboot systemd echoes problems with filesystem on /var : ...// unmounting all volumes Nov 26 23:51:30 www6 systemd[1]: Unmounting /var... Nov 26 23:51:30 www6 umount[2118]: umount: /var: target is busy. Nov 26 23:51:30 www6 systemd[1]: Stopped target Swap. Nov 26 23:51:30 www6 systemd[1]: Deactivating swap /dev/disk/by-label/lv_swap... Nov 26...
2004 Aug 24
2
Unmounting Errors On Reboot
I am receiving these errors when rebooting my system. Unmounting file systems: (1785) ERROR: unable to sendmsg, error=-101, Linux/ocfsipc.c, 394 (1785) ERROR: status = -999, Linux ocfsipc.c, 206 ocfs: Unmounting device (104,33) on rac1-priv1.collo.corp.net (node 2) (1785) ERROR: unable to sendmsg, error=-101, Linux/ocfsipc.c, 394 (1785) ERROR: st...
2013 Mar 09
4
[PATCH] use rcu_barrier() to wait for bdev puts at unmount
...7;dev/sdb2 ... unable to open /dev/sdb2: Device or resource busy because mkfs.btrfs tries to open the device O_EXCL, and somebody still has it. Using systemtap to track bdev gets & puts shows a kworker thread doing a blkdev put after mkfs attempts a get; this is left over from the unmount. Adding an rcu_barrier() to btrfs_close_devices() causes unmount to wait until all blkdev_put()s are done, and the device is truly free once unmount completes. Signed-off-by: Eric Sandeen <sandeen@redhat.com> --- p.s. I debated putting it into close_ctree(); I don''t know if there&...
2019 Nov 27
0
systemd: Failed unmounting /var on reboot, should I worry about fs corruption?
...> System boot proceeds without a hiccup, in terminal systemctl status says > everything is OK and running, journalctl says so as well - systemd > mounts everything stated in fstab. > > However, on reboot systemd echoes problems with filesystem on /var : > > ...// unmounting all volumes > > Nov 26 23:51:30 www6 systemd[1]: Unmounting /var... > Nov 26 23:51:30 www6 umount[2118]: umount: /var: target is busy. > Nov 26 23:51:30 www6 systemd[1]: Stopped target Swap. > Nov 26 23:51:30 www6 systemd[1]: Deactivating swap > /dev/disk/b...
2011 Jan 26
2
how to unmount an NFS share when the NFS server is unavailable?
Hi All, How do I unmount an NFS share when the NFS server is unaivalable? I tried "umount /bck" but it "hangs" indefinitely "umount -f /bck" tells me the mount if busy and I can't unmount it: root at saturn:[~]$ umount -f /bck umount2: Device or resource busy umount: /bck...
2010 May 20
0
zfs unmount returns with Invalid Argument
...irtualBox was not empty. looking at it I did not see anything in it so I just deleted the directory and say told zfs to Mount it again. This worked fine. Everything shows up mounted fine. The directory is empty though. Not really a problem since I still have the data so I thought I would just unmount the thing and start again. >zfs unmount rpool/export/home/nxn/.VirtualBox cannot unmount ''/export/home/nxn/.VirtualBox/VDI'': Invalid argument >zfs unmount rpool/export/home/nxn/.VirtualBox/VDI cannot unmount '...
2005 Sep 23
3
Unmounted File Handle
Is it practical to get a R/W file handle opened against an existing file on an unmounted ext2 filesystem? -- Chuck Wolber Electronic Flight Bag Crew Information Systems/ Linux Wonk 253.576.1154 "You can't connect the dots looking forward; you can only connect them looking backwards." --Steve Jobs
2010 Aug 12
4
can't unmount
I''m running into a situation where I can''t unmount a mounted snapshot. It shows "busy" even though neither lsof nor fuser show any open files. Umount -f doesn''t work although umount -l does. Is there anything else I can do to debug this scenario or to clear the busy status myself? Or am I down to rebooting each time? This...
2008 Jun 21
2
cannot unmount volume "xxx"
Hi all: I am using Centos 5.1. But now I have a problem when unmount a removable usb hard disk with right click and choose unmount volume command. When I did that, system reminds me with a message like this:Cannot unmount volume "xxx", Detail: Cannot remove directory, "xxx" represents a temporary directory made when the system auto mount the disk...
2005 May 25
2
Can't unmount floppy
Using the Disk Management GUI. I mounted the floppy copied a file to it by dragging from one Nautilus window to another Then I tried to unmount the floppy and got an error that the device (/media/floppy) was busy. This is not the first time this has happened to me. And it does not happen all the time. In fact, yesterday I did the exact same steps with no problem.
2008 Dec 23
4
UDEV rule allow users to unmount USB stick
I'm trying to understand why a normal user is not allowed to unmount their USB stick? I think it is most likely a udev rule. does anyone know ? Thanks Phil.
2001 Nov 15
2
box standard kernel 2.2.x failes to mount cleanly unmounted ext3 partition
....org (including two laptops) and everything seems to be working fine. Our only concern is for our two public servers. They run linux 2.2.19 for stability reasons. On one of the laptops (dual booting 2.2.19 and 2.4.14) kernel 2.2.19 failed to mount (as ext2, the kernel was not patched) a cleanly unmounted ext3 root partition (cleanly unmounted by 2.4.14). I can't reproduce the problem at the time being (the laptop is being used as a second Xinerama head at the moment), but I will report what messages we get. Has anybody had positive experience in mounting ext3 partitions as ext2 after a clea...
2012 Oct 08
3
Force unmount??
...irectory? We have a test environment managed under puppet that is also our DR environment. In a DR scenario we''ll be umounting all NFS shares from out test array and remounting to our DR array. However, as this is a test environment we have users logged on, so when Puppet attempts to unmount the test directories, it fails with "umount: /test/dir: device is busy" if I fuser against the /test/dir directory and kill the PID all is OK. I need a method of either forcibly umounting the array, or killing all PID''s using the mounted directores so Puppet...
2013 Mar 05
2
Need to unmount an LV from host system
...276K 5.9G 1% /dev/shm /dev/sda1 485M 116M 344M 26% /boot /dev/mapper/vg_mei-lv_earthvar 3.0G 748M 2.1G 27% /var /dev/mapper/vg_mei-lv_bacteriaroot 5.0G 3.9G 880M 82% / I tried to unmount the device, but as shown below, it is busy. [root at earth ~]# umount /dev/mapper/vg_mei-lv_bacteriaroot umount: /: device is busy. (In some cases useful info about processes that use the device is found by lsof(8) or fuser(1)) I tried to force unmount the device,...
2015 Aug 30
7
Shutdown hangs on "Unmounting NFS filesystems"
Once the system gets into this state, the only remedy is a forced power-off. What seems to be happening is that an NFS filesystem that auto-mounted over a WiFi connection cannot be unmounted because the WiFi connection is enabled only for my login and gets torn down when my UID is logged off. Any suggestions on how I can configure things to avoid this? I really don't want to expose my WPA2 key by making the connection available to all users. -- Bob Nichols "NOSPAM&qu...
2007 Dec 07
3
mount type ensure behavior
The ensure parameter for the mount type has a ''present'' option, which will unmount the filesystem if its mounted. I was hoping that ''present'' meant to make sure it was listed in the mounts file, but to not do anything with it (ie. don''t unmount if mounted, and don''t mount if unmounted). I thought this was how the ensure => ''prese...
2007 Apr 30
10
mount type and ensure => present on OS X
...provider => parsed, target => "/etc/fstab", require => File["/mountpoint"], } So far so good, the idea is that puppet only checks if the entry is there, but nothing more. This happens, unfortunately it also unmounts the directory, but never does not mount it again, since "mount /mountpoint" does not work on OS X. According to the documentation on https://reductivelabs.com/cgi-bin/puppet.cgi/wiki/TypeReference#mount "ensure => present" does not looks only...
2015 Nov 24
2
Re: guestunmount issues
On 11/23/2015 07:59 PM, Pino Toscano wrote: > Hi, > > On Monday 23 November 2015 18:29:50 Maxim Perevedentsev wrote: >> 1) guestunmount never returns 3 (not mounted) - i guess it's a bug at >> guestunmount.c:223 > Indeed, thanks for the notice -- just send a patch for it. > >> 2) I don't know whether it's a bug in guestunmount or fusermount, but on >> my machine while executing >> > gu...
2016 Feb 27
0
Question about cleanly unmounting slave bind mounts
...-bind-mount-using-rbind-and-rslave) and CentOS 7 bug report (https://bugs.centos.org/view.php?id=10414) but didn't get any useful response, so I am thinking if I can get some help here. The problem arose when I tried to rbind mount /dev and /proc to a chroot sandbox and to unmount it, I have to set the mount to slave so that unmounting submounts of <sandbox-root>/dev (e.g. /dev/pts) won't unmount submounts of /dev. This works for other distributions such as Fedora 23 and Ubuntu 14.04, but under CentOS 7, umount succeeds but the directory can...
2009 Mar 04
3
Unmounting removable drives in Wine
Hi, is there any way to unmount removable drives in 1.1.14? I'm using Epson Easy Photo Print to print pictures from various folders and drives. If I want to unmount a drive I have to close the program, unmount, then open it again. Thanks.