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SubjectRe: pivot_root from non-interactive script
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Ralph Jones <ralph.jones@altavista.com> writes:

|> I have followed the instructions given in Documentation/initrd.txt with regard to pivot_root, but am unable to unmount the filesystem, when everything is called from a non-interactive script.
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|> ie. When I set a link from linuxrc to /bin/ash and then manually go through the commands in the shell script, I am able to unmount the old initrd filesystem. However, when linuxrc is a shell script containing the same commands, I am unable to umount the old initrd fs. I get instead: "Device or resource busy".

Perhaps the shell didn't close the filedescriptor on the script.

Andreas.

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