On 23 Nov 2006, at 11:06, John A. Kinsella wrote:
> Usual kinda thing: Linux wont let me umount a cdrom - I've done a
> (lazy) umount -l but (of course) still cannot eject the cdrom.
>> I want to use the drive.
>> I dont want to reboot...
>> I have read in info pages for umount.
>> Any tips on how to find the process that is keeping the file system
Have you tried lsof and fuser?
Other than that, it's reboot time. I've had this happen before. I
want a new switch added to umount to mean unmount it NOW and fuck
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