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Bug 3477

Summary: /mnt/cdrom won't umount if exported.
Product: [Retired] Red Hat Linux Reporter: a.r.runnalls
Component: nfs-serverAssignee: David Lawrence <dkl>
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Version: 6.0CC: a.r.runnalls, atris
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Last Closed: 1999-06-29 19:13:18 UTC Type: ---
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Description a.r.runnalls 1999-06-15 14:35:05 UTC
I have two i586 machines running RH6.0  Machine A has a
CD-ROM drive which it mounts (ro) on /mnt/cdrom, and
NFS-exports it (ro) to Machine B.  If I mount /mnt/cdrom on
Machine A, then on machine B, unmount on machine B, and then
attempt to umount it on machine A, I'm told that the
filesystem is busy.  Consequently I have to reboot the
machine to eject the CD-ROM, which is a real pain.

Comment 1 Jay Turner 1999-06-29 19:13:59 UTC
Yes, you are not going to need to un-export the cdrom before you are
going to be able to unmount the drive.  NFS is "using" it and
therefore you are getting the message that you are seeing.