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I've mounted a samba share on my Freebsd 8.2 server. I tried sudo umount -a -t cifs -l as suggested by a number of users on forums. But this gave me "illegal argument -l" error when I tried it.

What's the best and safest way of unmounting a Samba share without crashing or restarting the server. Thanks alot.

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FreeBSD's umount doesn't have a -l option. In addition, you need to use smbfs instead of cifs:

sudo umount -at smbfs

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