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Umount network drives with systemd before shutdown

My shutdown takes quite a long time (I'm on Debian 8.1) and I found out that it can be fixed by unmounting the network drive before shutting down the system. Apparently the network gets disconnected ...
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Two *different* mountpoints having the *same* absolute path (bind-mount problem)

Scenario a NFS share is mounted on /mnt/temp/dir (and other shares are mounted in subdirectories), I umount everything there but supposedly, it doesn't work well (maybe I start with umount ...
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How do I automatically force a umount on a usb drive that has already been removed?

I have debian system that auto mounts an entry in my fstab file when a usb drive is connected. This is done so as a read only device The device is mounted to /media/usb1 If i'm in the console and ...
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How often does the tcpdump save into the file

I've got an question, concerning the tcpdumd. Does it save the data directly in the File you can give it with -w, or does it save when it's stopped? So if it was writing on a usbstick, can I just ...
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systemd: running a script on shutdown after filesystems are mounted read-only

Is there a way to run a script on shutdown, after the file system is remounted as read-only? I've a raspberry pi connected to a wireless socket, which I can control via a sender and a script. I want ...
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Why is systemd unmounting my fuse file systems right after I mount them?

I am trying to troubleshoot an issue with a fuse library, where my fuse file system is mysteriously unmounted shortly after mounting it. After screwing around with a bespoke unmount executable that ...
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Unmount external drive with LVM2 Physical Volume on it

I've got my Ubuntu 13.04 install backed up to my external hard drive using deja-dup. I formatted the drive with lvm so I could use the rest of the drive for external storage while having the resize ...
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Fedora 18 doesn't shutdown , restart or sleep / can not unmount all file systems

When I do something (whatever) that results in a shut down, restart or sleep (for example usual shut down or restart, closing the lid, etc.), fedora 18 (x86_64 , GNOME desktop) comes up with an error ...
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Unmounting external drive takes tremendously long

This morning I copied around 200GB of data to a quite old USB2.0 1TB external drive. The copying took around 2 or 3 hours. Afterwards I unmounted & the unmounting is still going on (after more ...
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ecryptfs: auto-umount does not work

I've set a encrypted home directory for user piranha3: root@raspberrypi:~# ecryptfs-verify -u piranha3 -h INFO: [/home/piranha3/.ecryptfs] exists INFO: [/home/piranha3/.ecryptfs/Private.sig] exists ...
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Failed umount /home (ZFS) on shutdown

During shutdown I notice an error reported in the logging messages on the screen that the umounting of /home (a ZFS filesystem) failed. (After restart I don't find any respective log entry in the ...
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Unable to unmount a partition - respawned by udev

I have set up the udev rules to automatically mount/unmount the removable devices with udev rules based on this answer (have not enough reputation to comment there). The setup works fine, but when I ...
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Mounting windows share using mount -t cifs

All, I have a SUSE SLES 11 box running samba. I am running this command: mount -t cifs //ip/dir1/dir2 /mnt/backups -o username=user,password=pwd,domain=domain Which works and mounts the drive ...
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Unmounting shares on logout with pam_mount

I am using pam_mount to mount cifs and sshfs shares for users when they log in to an Arch Linux workstation. I have the a volume line in /etc/security/pam_mount.conf.xml: <volume user="strongbad" ...
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Linux dual boot wiped Windows data

I have a Windows Vista/Debian Linux dual boot on my computer. Yesterday I did a bunch of work on Windows, while Linux was hibernated. Today I logged into Linux and tried to look at the data in the ...
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Unmount NFS shared drive without stopping nfs-kernel-server

I have a setup in which I have a Raspberry Pi B+ with Raspbian as file server, sharing a 5 disk usb rack. I don't whant the rack to be on all the time, so I turn it on when I'm going to use it and ...