panic after removing usb flash drive

Daniel O'Connor doconnor at gsoft.com.au
Wed Aug 31 13:00:43 GMT 2005


On Wednesday 31 August 2005 22:19, Eric Anderson wrote:
> > Although last time I saw this discussed I came away with the impression
> > that it wasn't possible for the kernel to do this..? (without substantial
> > work anyway)
>
> Why not just use the automounter to mount/umount this for you?  This
> probably won't get around umounting while in use, but you might be able
> to tell amd to use a umount -f on it.

I would have thought you'd still get a panic anyway..?
The VM will try and flush the dirty pages when you umount and consequently 
panic.

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