Re: fmount system call
Sat, 26 Jul 1997 23:22:32 +0200

Matthias Urlichs:

: writes:
:: >>
:: >Actually, you can mount -o remount,ro them. No fsck necessary.
:: >
:: And it is a good idea to stick this into the shutdown script (i.e. if
:: umount fails, try to remount every still-mounted filesystem readonly)
: IMHO, umount should do that by itself (perhaps with an appropriate option).

Try umount from mount-2.7a.tar.gz (with the -r option).

People with many disks or nfs mounts may also like to try the -F
(fast, forking) option to mount -a.

Andries -

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