Re: Strange umount problem in latest 2.4.0 kernels
Andreas Dilger (email@example.com)
Thu, 11 Jan 2001 14:42:32 -0700 (MST)
Udo, you write:
> Anyway, disabled both lpd and httpd from the startup scripts
> and now the bug is triggered *every* time. I cannot reboot
> a single time without partitions being busy. When neither
> lpd nor httpd run, fsck finds nothing wrong.
> The very strange stuff is umount at reboot:
> umount: none busy - remounted read-only
Check the output of "mount" and/or your /etc/fstab for a device called
"none". On my system, there is devpts which has device "none", so it
is possible this is busy, and can't be unmounted, and hence root is also
busy and can't be ro remounted. Maybe also check /proc/mounts for "none".
> umount: /: device is busy
> Remounting root-filesystem read-only
> mount: / is busy
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