: On Mon, 11 Sep 2000 12:55:04 -0500, Andrew N. McGuire
:>On Mon, 11 Sep 2000, Davide Bianchi quoth:
:>DB> Ok, I don't know what happened today, but now I can't shutdown the
:>DB> server (Linux kernel 2.2.17) because the umount keep telling me
:>DB> that the /usr is busy, so it wont' umount....
:>DB> I've already killed all the deamons, basically there is nothing
:>DB> alive... How can I know what is using /usr ?
Well, if you eliminate all the daemons, what is left is the kernel, and
kernel threads. Any NFS exports, for example?
: If you still don't find anything, thing the fs is *ed somehow. Been