Problem with umount and fsid?
nate at root.org
Fri Jul 18 17:39:33 PDT 2003
On Sat, 19 Jul 2003, Ian Dowse wrote:
> In message <20030718122134.B26395 at root.org>, Nate Lawson writes:
> >I get an error when umounting a FAT filesystem on a USB flash drive. It
> >appears the device is properly unmounted. Is this a case that needs to be
> >fixed in our fsid code? It happens every time I unmount this device.
> >laptop# umount /thumb
> >umount: unmount of /thumb failed: No such file or directory
> >umount: retrying using path instead of file system ID
> >laptop# mount | grep da0
> Thanks for the report - in theory this should only occur if you
> have a kernel from before July 1st but a newer userland. Assuming
> that's not the case, I must have overlooked something. Could you
> update to the latest sbin/mount, and then post the output of:
> mount -v | grep /thumb
> truss umount /thumb
Will do but first I'll update my kernel to see if that fixes it. It looks
like it was just under the wire:
FreeBSD laptop.example.org 5.1-CURRENT FreeBSD 5.1-CURRENT #1: Mon Jun 30 03:09:24 PDT 2003 cvs at shoebox:/e/scratch/obj/e/data/FreeBSD/5-src/sys/LAPTOP i386
Sorry for what looks like a false report. I must have overlooked updating
my kernel due to the past boot problems gcc 3.3 caused.
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