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Does linux perform a pumount on shutdown?

I'm using raspbian debian wheezy. I automatically mount USB drives using usbmount. I mount FAT usb drives with the flush option. Now I was wondering. When I shutdown my pi, does it perform the umount ...
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I couldn't umount a logical volume on suse

sandipani:~ # lsof | grep lvolume100 sandipani:~ # fuser /lvolume100 sandipani:~ # umount /lvolume100 umount: /lvolume100: device is busy. (In some cases useful info about processes that use ...
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Error mounting fstab

I have read many questions and answers in this and other forums before asking. I watched videos on Youtube to learn how to deal with the fstab file too. So forgive me for bringing back this doubt ...
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fuse + encfs, can mount but cannot unmount with fusermount

I created two directories in home, and mounted them with default configurations with encfs. That worked well enough, the file system is mounted and encrypted fine. The odd part now is that I cannot ...
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How to unmount a USB drive which is not mounted under /media directory

I am running Gnome 3 on Debian Wheezy. I want to unmount a USB drive without sudo or root privileges. I've googled and found out that there are eject and pumount commands available. However, those ...
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Why do macs require to eject usb, but windows and linux dont?

Why do macs require a usb drive to be ejected, but windows and linux do not? Is a umount occuring on the mac?...if so why doesnt linux need a umount?...also if so, what is the windows equivalent of ...
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2answers
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why can't I umount /home?

I'm trying to create a new partition on my Linux system, my intent is to take a small amount of my /home filesystem and change the type for experimentation. I'm using OpenSuse 12.1 in a virtual box. ...
3
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2answers
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Why Linux /etc/fstab UUIDs are case sensitive?

I recently added a line for a USB memory stick to /etc/fstab, to be able to mount it automatically, using UUID to identify the device. Before I already have several external ext4 drives that have ...
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4answers
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Lazy umount or Unmounting a busy disk in Linux

I have read that it is possible to 'umount' a disk that is otherwise busy by using the 'lazy' option. The manpage has this to say about it: umount - unmount file systems -l Lazy unmount. ...
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1answer
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How do I umount device that has been mounted twice

I have a /dev/sdf mounted to /mnt/db and accidentally mounted it again to /mnt/db2 (I intended to mount /dev/sdh). Is there any way to umount /dev/sdf but only for the 2nd mount? The /mnt/db ...
2
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2answers
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Unmount unnecessary drives

My disk position looks like this: # df -HP Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on /dev/sda2 256G 177G 67G 73% / /dev/sda1 510M 18M 467M 4% ...
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How to free up block device that is mounted to an inaccessible place?

root@vi-notebook:~# cat /proc/mounts | grep raidy /dev/md0 /root/e/i/wpc2/boot/mnt/raidy reiserfs ro,nosuid,nodev,noexec,noatime 0 0 root@vi-notebook:~# umount -n /root/e/i/wpc2/boot/mnt/raidy ...
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How to really force unmount a filesystem (without manual investigation why is it busy)

How to unmount a filesystem in Linux without investigating why is it busy? I want to do it in one command. It should handle applications using that filesystem, submounts, containers (lxc-execute -n ...