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Subject2.4.17-rc2: VFS: Busy inodes after unmount. Self-destruct...

Dec 19 23:01:24 steel automount[3628]: mount(nfs): mounted dale.home:/ on /net/dale
Dec 19 23:05:38 steel automount[3624]: shutting down, path = /net
Dec 19 23:05:38 steel automount[3624]: >> umount: /net/dale: device is busy
Dec 19 23:05:38 steel automount[3624]: could not unmount /net/dale
Dec 19 23:05:38 steel automount[3624]: >> umount: /net: device is busy
Dec 19 23:06:51 steel kernel: VFS: Busy inodes after unmount. Self-destruct in 5 seconds. Have a nice day...


no self-destruct, of course, but the first 5 seconds wasn't so wonderful :)
I had the automount 3.1.7 running.
Auto-mounted a nfs node, got in, tried unmount,
got 'busy', went out of the mounted directory,
tried to unmount master directory (and failed),
unmounted the nfs-mounted directory,
unmounted the automount master directory.

The question is just: is that bad?

-alex

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