localnet script

Todd V. Rovito rovitotv at stargt.com
Wed Oct 16 22:16:51 PDT 2002


Thus spake Archaic (archaic at comcast.net):

> On Wed, Oct 16, 2002 at 09:03:55PM +0100, Sam Halliday wrote:
> > i noticed that my machine would not correctly unmount the root
> > filesystem on occasion as it was busy... i tracked down the error, its
> > if i ever use the loopback device. the actual /dev/loopX remains alive
> > even if the FS itself is unmounted and ifconfig lo down is not
> > enought.
> 
> You could also alias umount='umount -d'. That will do the same thing as
> umount and losetup -d used together.
Is this the same reason why my root is mounted twice, or did I screw something up?
output from df -h below

Filesystem            Size  Used Avail Use% Mounted on
rootfs                5.0G  1.5G  3.2G  32% /
/dev/root             5.0G  1.5G  3.2G  32% /

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