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SubjectStrange umount problem in latest 2.4.0 kernels

As previously reported by someone, there are occasional
problems when shutting down with unmounting partitions,
that are reported as busy for strange reasons.

Keith Owens said it was supposedly a Redhat shutdown
script issue and I since I'm not using Redhat, it's
most likely not that.

Upon fscking after reboot, I always have errors on a
single inode and it's always the same one:

/dev/hdb1: Inode 522901, i_blocks is 64, should be 8. FIXED

Can someone tell me an easy and reliable way of figuring
out which file (program) uses said inode? I think that's
probably the key to figuring out why the partition is
busy on umount.

-Udo.
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