On Thu, Mar 22, 2001 at 11:51:37AM +0000 or thereabouts, Mark Kilmartin wrote:
> > > reboot
> > ^^^^^^
> > NO NO NO!
> > umount -a
> > mount -a
> Much better I knew I was going to say at least one thing wrong.
>> I am way to used to doing even small things on a Windoze box.
>Though as Chris Higgins said,
>Except in this case, it's /usr that he's moving - so all of the
>shared libs etc... are going to be open and active.. the only way
>to be sure that you are not using anything is /usr is to drop
>to single user mode...
>>Otherwise your umount will fail..
>>So in this case, a reboot is probably a good thing[tm]...
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