On Thu, 18 May 2000, John P. Looney wrote:
> Is the NFS client not kernel space ?
yes it is... therefore i must have been talking about the nfs client
> You have to stop the program that has the filehandles open. That's what
> the problem is.
well nfs is stateless. there's no concept of a filehandle being allocated
to a session/process.
> It could be a shell etc. started in a partition that was
> unmounted etc. Logout of the client, and log back in, and see does it
> still happen.
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