[TriLUG] /etc/fstab in Redhat 9
jtickle at jtsoft.net
Fri Jun 18 19:21:19 EDT 2004
I'm pretty sure that if you do 'init s' to switch to single-user mode,
you'll be able to unmount /home. Not sure if that's the ONLY way to do
it without restarting, but it is a way to do it.
On Fri, 2004-06-18 at 17:05, Hariharan Gopalan wrote:
> Was wondering if someone can help me here.
> I need to mount /home on a newly created raid /dev/md0. But when I check the /etc/fstab it has this entry:
> LABEL=/home /home ext3 defaults 1 2
> Am not able to figure out where the LABEL is defined as /dev/sda6? as that is what /home is.
> When I unmount /home, I am thrown out saying home is busy, and I dont want to reboot for this
> Any help, thanks
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Jeff Tickle <jtickle at jtsoft.net>
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