LFS 6.1.1: umount: /mnt/lfs: device is busy

Lai Zit Seng lzs at pobox.com
Sat Aug 12 21:57:49 PDT 2006


Just to add, another useful command to determine what's holding on to
the mount point is to use the fuser command. E.g.

$ fuser -m /mnt/lfs

Regards,

.lzs
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http://thinkingfarm.com/~lzs/

Brandon Peirce wrote:
> On Sat, 12 Aug 2006 12:41:45 +0300, Angel Tsankov wrote:
>>> Also, if you forgot to unmount anything while chrooted, that would do
>>> it too.
>>
>> I have not mounted anything other than the following devices (during
>> populating /dev):
>>
>> mount -nvt tmpfs none /dev
>> mount -vt devpts -o gid=4,mode=620 none /dev/pts
>> mount -vt tmpfs none /dev/shm
>>
>> I guess I do not need to unmount these devices, right?
> 
> If you issued those commands _inside_ the chroot env, then
> yes you do need to umount them before leaving it (or chroot back
> in to recover).
> 
> You can always check those with cat /proc/mounts. That will show
> _all_ the mounts, both on the host and inside the chroot, whereas
> they use seperate /etc/mtab which each show only an incomplete
> picture.  Two points to note:
> 1° the output of mount comes from /etc/mtab
> 2° for filesystems mounted from within the chroot env, /proc/mounts
> will show a different mount point depending on whether you are in
> the chroot or not.
> 
> B.
> 
> 



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