> I'ved tried `mount /home -o remount`, and reading lots of other
> directories to flush out that entry if it was in cache without
> any results.
> I was hopping to avoid unmounting, as I would have to shut
> about everything down to do that.
It looks as if you'll have to do that. 'mount -oremount' does not
really cause the root filehandle to get updated. The only thing it
does at the moment is allow you to change from a read-only to a
What kind of filesystem is this BTW: is it an ext2 partition you are
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