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RE: [SLUG] nfs unmount cdrom problem

On 02-Feb-2002 John August wrote:
> I'm running kernel 2.4.10, and can provide other info if needed.
> I'm mounting a cdrom on a server and accessing it via nfs from another
> machine. After the client accesses the cdrom, and umounts the file
> system, the server refuses to unmount the drive, saying it is in
> use. But it _isn't_ in use.

actually, once exported, it _is_ inuse.

you will need to stop the nfs services, or unexport the cdrom, and _then_ you
will be able to umount the cdrom.



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