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Hi, Unable to make tape backup, please help. Is there a trick to mounting swap in n a lvm? I can't get it to work. CDROM will not eject - says device busy. It's stuck in a production box so I can't reboot it My problem is: i'm trying to send At commands from Pc to mobile phone using bluetooth and cygwin and i would like to read the device's answers on the shell bash.
Ciao a tutti!!! Device or resource busy?? Hi, I'm trying to do a sharity mount to mount a terastation network drive. I'm getting a Device or resource busy message after my mount command. Please see output below Cannot umount - device busy. Anyone have any idea why I cannot umount a directory even though fuser shows no process attached to it?Your issue is that the boot image still is patched by SuperSU.
Until you restore the stock boot image you won't be able to install Magisk. I looked everywere and they say that it is related to a boot image that have to be reinstalled. I did that and no luck, I tryed with boot. I dont know what to do anyware Regeet the time was easy to root Samsung with CF autoRoot, I tried that and ask me to restore all thephone, so still no root?? Some can help please?? Provide a recovery log or it's going to be impossible to say what the issue is Thx for the reply, I am trying to open the content and upload the report here, but no luck.
The log is just a text file. Did you check the link I posted? I got a file "recovery. XDA Developers was founded by developers, for developers. It is now a valuable resource for people who want to make the most of their mobile devices, from customizing the look and feel to adding new functionality. Are you a developer? Terms of Service. Hosted by Leaseweb.
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XDA Feed The best way to get cutting edge news about your device! Image Warp helps you transform pictures with manually adjustable grids April 14, Thanks Meter : 1. Thread Deleted Email Thread Page 1 of 3 1 2 3.I'm really out of ideas. As of today, without anything changed in fstab or anywhere, I can't mount 3 of 4 ntfs partitions anymore. It goes like this:. And it's sooo weird, really. The third partition sspace gets mounted without problems when running mount -a.
I can also umount it. I can still mount it when running mount -a again. How can this be? I can mount all of these partitions using mount -t ntfs, but of course I lose writing support etc. It's so weird and I can't explain why this is happening. I got this udev rule from the wiki to automount usb devicesand apparently, udev decided to mount all the ntfs devices all of a sudden.
I don't get it, as it used to work. Well, I removed the rule, and after a reboot everything was back to normal. In any case, if I modify the rule to only check from sdd on leaving sda-sdc alone, it should work again Atom topic feed. Arch Linux. Index Rules Search Register Login.
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You are not logged in. Topics: Active Unanswered. Pages: 1. I'm really out of ideas As of today, without anything changed in fstab or anywhere, I can't mount 3 of 4 ntfs partitions anymore. It goes like this: [root Bluerabbit shapeshifter] mount -a ntfs-3g-mount: mount failed: Device or resource busy ntfs-3g-mount: mount failed: Device or resource busy ntfs-3g-mount: mount failed: Device or resource busy.
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I could get a error Device or resource busy. I faced problem like this because I mount shared folder in VM and I want to remove directory after unmount and I just want to share my solution. On Linux, sync is only guaranteed to schedule the dirty blocks for writing; it can actually take a short time before all the blocks are finally written. The reboot 8 and halt 8 commands take this into account by sleeping for a few seconds after calling sync 2. Thus, immediately after your command, data may be still queued for write and umounting is not yet finished.
However, when asynchronous umounting is in action, kernel will return EBUSY for operations on mounted devicebut not for mount point. Actually I don't understand why the man page states that sync 8 is not synchronous in Linux.
It calls sync 2 which states:. According to the standard specification e. However, since version 1. This still does not guarantee data integrity: modern disks have large caches.
Thank you for g-v answer. But I found the result is another problem. In a short word, we mount in parent process. To avoid above problems, we could use shared mount or slave mount. More details could be found in LWN Learn more. Asked 4 years, 7 months ago.
Active 3 years, 3 months ago. Viewed 79k times. So this behaviour is very strange here. I try this in both Ubuntu They have same results. That's a great question. It would be much more appropriate for Unix and Linux or even Super User. Thank you. How to move this to that? No problem. If I was you, I'd copy and paste the content of this question into the new one and then delete this version to avoid the new question being flagged as a cross-post.
Welcome to Stack Exchange! Because the above commands are happends in code, not from shell. So I still keep it here. Thank you very much.I use Ubuntu I moved with my PC to a different flat. Both before and now I connect to the internet via wifi but of course now I have a different provider.
Wifi works fine in Windows and every other Windows and Android device in the flat, only my virtual Ubuntu is acting up. After I did this, and in the previous ones in god-knows-what order and how many times, apt-get update and upgrade worked once but I get the same exact errors after reboot.
Note, getting a wifi connection in itself was quite labourous, I had to add the USB adapter in VirtualBox to my system, and when I boot Ubuntu sometimes it disconnects it automatically and I have to plug the USB out and back to regain Wifi connection. As for pings: 8. The Z IP does ping. Thanks in advance. Skip to content. Z with the last line being manually added by me, and of course the IP starting with Previous post. Next post. How to read.
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Ask Ubuntu is a question and answer site for Ubuntu users and developers. It only takes a minute to sign up. While trying to mount my hard drive to copy all the necessary data from my broken drive to this one, I got an error saying:. And just to let you know I can see this partition in Computer but when I try to access it I get this error.
Nautilus automatically mounts partitions when selecting it on the left side. You cannot mount a partition multiple times leaving out --bind mounts. If you had the USB drive connected before you booted try disconnecting it and reconnecting to the booted system and it should auto mount. Ubuntu Community Ask! Sign up to join this community. The best answers are voted up and rise to the top. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered.
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Active Oldest Votes. Lekensteyn Lekensteyn k 55 55 gold badges silver badges bronze badges. So what is the solution to this issue?? You did not tell! Mediterran81 The solution is using the old mount point OR unmounting the old one. If you open a terminal you can get a list of mounted filesystems by running mount without arguments. Ok, thanks, that is logical. It just happened I did not understand why the system was unable to overwrite infos about the same mounting point.
Actually, I uncommented the line corresponding to the External Drive that matters, in fstab file using dynamic mounting instead of static one and everything is back to normal! Solve for me : sudo apt-get purge multipath-tools say yes then sudo reboot.
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It only takes a minute to sign up. How to get over "device or resource busy"? The above solution works when you are manually deleting the file. But I have a python script that deletes the files automated process. Sometimes I get "Device or resource busy error" when the script tries to delete the files. Consequently, my script fails. I don't know how to resolve this issue using my python script.
EDIT: The script downloads the logs files from a log server. These files are then processed by my script. After the processing is done, the script deletes these log files.
I don't think that there is anything wrong with the design. In a typical UNIX filesystem, a file that is currently in use and open can be deleted but its contents will not actually disappear until the last filehandle to it is closed.
You can see this in action with code like this:. Note that this is opposite to Microsoft Windows, where files cannot be deleted while they are still open. A file on an NFS server may have one or more clients accessing it. NFS itself is mostly stateless and so needs to emulate the functionality that allows an open file to be accessed even after it's been deleted.
The emulation is handled by removing the file from its place in the filesystem but leaving it in place as a file whose name starts with. You should ignore files on an NFS mount whose names begin with. Furthermore, your code needs to cope with the possibility that a remote directory cannot be deleted until all these files have actually disappeared.
It may be that the reason the log files are still open is that they are still being used by the logger process on your remote system. Generally the approach to this would be to cycle the log files and only download and delete the previous log files, leaving the current ones in the filesystem for use by the logger process.
Utilities such as logrotate handle this with specific configuration elements such as delaycompress that attempt to ensure a log file is not compressed while it's still in use. Sign up to join this community. The best answers are voted up and rise to the top. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Asked 3 years, 1 month ago. Active 2 years, 9 months ago.