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Subject[BUG] That bloody /usr/local busy back again
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I haven't had time to test it thoroughly, but I've noticed from about
test8-preX onwards (latest tested test8) that on shutdown, my /usr/local
(/dev/ide/host0/bus0/target0/lun0/part6, ReiserFS), is always "busy" - the
last thing I see in shutdown -r now is:
"Unmounting filesystems...
/dev/ide/host0/bus0/target0/lun0/part6 busy, mounting read-only
Rebooting system..."
(may not be absolute verbatim, but pretty close).

I'm using the latest update of Debian 2.3 (Woody). I remember this problem
sprung up a while ago. *shrug*

:) d

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Daniel Stone
Kernel Hacker (or at least has aspirations to be)
daniel@dustpuppy.ods.org
http://dustpuppy.ods.org

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