He mounted /dev/hda1, which was assumed to already be mounted on /.
He is incorrect.
the umount /mnt *SHOULD* have succeeded. But if the kernel unmounts the /
mountpoint as well, *THAT* is a bug...
On Thu, 1 Jun 2000, CaT wrote:
> On Wed, May 31, 2000 at 10:10:33PM +0200, Pavel Machek wrote:
> > Seems we have problem with root not being busy when it should. My / fs
> > is hda1.
> > root@bug:/# mount /dev/hda1 /mnt
> > root@bug:/# cd /mnt/
> > root@bug:/mnt# ls
> > amnt/ cdrom/ elf/ home/ lib.suse/ mnt/
> > overlay/ suse/ var/
> > bin/ core etc/ instmnt@ lost+found/
> > nohome/ proc/ tmp/ zip/
> > boot/ dev/ hdc/ lib/ minicom.log opt/
> > sbin/ usr/
> > root@bug:/mnt# cd ..
> > root@bug:/# umount /mnt
> > Oops. mount should not have succeeded.
> Erm. You mounted on /mnt, did a cd into it, did an ls and then performed
> a cd out of it (thereby no longer using it) and umounted it successfuly.
> Have I missed something? It seems as if everything is fine there...
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> -- Worf, DS9, Season 5: 'Let He Who Is Without Sin...'
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