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SubjectRe: 1.3.96 exit_mm breaks nfs as module
On Mon, 29 Apr 1996, Mike Castle wrote:

> Amazingly enough Jeff Coy Jr. said:
> > now it will load, but it won't unload:
> >
> > SUPERUSER
> > [jcoy@jcoy-ppp][/usr2/users/jcoy] rmmod nfs
> > nfs: Device or resource busy
> > SUPERUSER
> > [jcoy@jcoy-ppp][/usr2/users/jcoy] lsmod
> > Module: #pages: Used by:
> > nfs 12 4
>
> That's because the MOD_COUNT is still greater than one (in this
> case, 4).... you need to kill off the 4 nfsiod's.
>
> I posted a while back, a hack that made the nfsiod's die when all
> the mount points were gone, but no one ever commented on them.
>

but i never used nfs at all. that's just it. all i did was a
"modprobe nfs" and the sucker was there to stay. MOD_COUNT should
have been 0. sorry i was not clear on this point.

jeff
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Why Linux? source code. POSIX. tcpip. job control. support from the authors.
drivers for most hardware. because one terminal or process is never enough.
forget the other O/Ss, i use Linux- the choice of a GNU generation.



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