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Re: unmounting a NFS-exported file system
On Sat, 19 Oct 2013 15:49:06 +0200, Edgar Fuß wrote:
> I would like to manually fsck a filesystem which is currently NFS exported.
> I could stop NFS, but that would affect several other file systems, too.
> Is there a sane and safe way to handle this, i.e. resulting in being
> able to fsck while NFS clients just hang with "NFS server not responding"
> for that one file system, but not others?
I don't see any. Removing the share from /etc/exports and HUPing
mountd(8) only helps for new mount requests, not existing mounts.
Killing nfsd is probably your safest bet.
Being able to "freeze" a certain nfs exported share on the server would
be a cool feature, though.
Hauke Fath <hauke%Espresso.Rhein-Neckar.DE@localhost>
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