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Umount /home/virtfs

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by mgrizal, Sep 17, 2009.

  1. mgrizal

    mgrizal Well-Known Member

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    hello, I currently have 91G in the folder /home/virtfs. If I umount all like this:

    for i in `cat / proc / mounts | grep virtfs | grep # allusers | awk '(print $ 2)'`; do umount $ i; done

    and by doing > grep /proc/mount | grep virtfs (empty)

    Can I do make

    \rm-R /home/virtfs without problem?

    Can I migrate the server without this folder without damaging?

    Thanks

    Mauro
     
  2. MattCurry

    MattCurry Well-Known Member

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    Unmount virtfs

    Hello,

    I do see your concern here, and what I would recommend at this point is that you submit a ticket. This would allow us to take a closer look at this issue.

    Thank you,
    Matthew Curry
     
  3. DomineauX

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    I'd love to see the results of this discussion as the /home/virtfs disk usage issue can certainly be a problem.

    Looking at a server currently with /home/virtfs that claims to contain 1.7tb !
     
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