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    SubjectRe: modprobe ipv6 gives -1 usage count was [ramfs problem...]
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    Stefan Traby writes:
    > I bet that a fix for the following exists, too: :)
    >
    > [0]--(06:19:49)-(root@stefan)-(~)-> lsmod |grep -i ipv6
    > [1]--(06:22:33)-(root@stefan)-(~)-> modprobe ipv6
    > [0]--(06:22:38)-(root@stefan)-(~)-> lsmod |grep -i ipv6
    > ipv6 117424 -1
    > [0]--(06:22:46)-(root@stefan)-(~)->
    >
    > usage count: -1

    Why? It is not a bug. It means that the module itself determines when/if
    it can be unloaded. (an attempt to unload ipv6 calls ipv6_unload() which
    determines if the module can be removed)
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