[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #998] Unconfiguring a vn while it is mounted

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Wed Jan 14 17:03:34 PST 2015

Issue #998 has been updated by tuxillo.

Description updated
Assignee changed from corecode to tuxillo
Target version set to 4.2.x


No longer the case:

andromeda# vnconfig -e /dev/vn0 test.img mountro=/mnt2
andromeda# df -hT /mnt2
Filesystem  Type   Size   Used  Avail Capacity  Mounted on
/dev/vn0    ufs    4.9G   2.0K   4.5G     0%    /mnt2
andromeda# vnconfig -u vn0
vnconfig: VNIOCDETACH: Device busy
andromeda# umount /mnt2
andromeda# vnconfig -u vn0

Antonio Huete

Bug #998: Unconfiguring a vn while it is mounted

* Author: rumcic
* Status: In Progress
* Priority: Normal
* Assignee: tuxillo
* Category: 
* Target version: 4.2.x
I was able to test (unintentionally), that you can vnconfig -u a vn that is
still mounted without any errors (it just works)
.. the problem is, you can't unmount it anymore (even -f doesn't
work ... "umount -f /mnt" "umount: unmount of /mnt failed: Device not

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