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To add a filesystem to be automatically mounted at bootup, you need to add a line to the fstab file that specifies the partition, mount point, filesystem type, your options, and some system information about backups and mount order:
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The line you add to fstab is made up of the following fields: Column 1 The partition you wish to mount. Column 2 The directory you wish to mount the filesystem under. Column 3 The filesystem type (the same that is passed to mount -t). Column 4 A comma-delimited list of filesystem options (noatime, notail, and so on). Column 5 Specified dump priority. The value 0 in this field means do not back up this filesystem. Column 6 The order in which the filesystem should be checked. If this is a journaling filesystem, this is not needed as a filesystem check is run when the filesystem is mounted by the filesystem driver. The value 0 in this field means do not perform this check.
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The discussions of mounting filesystems in the previous sections wouldn t be complete without a parallel discussion of unmounting those filesystems. Unmounting a filesystem removes the association between that filesystem and the directory in which it was mounted. In the case of removable media such as a CD, you will not be able to remove the CD from your drive unless it is first unmounted. Unmounting a filesystem is done using the umount command (note the missing n). You must be the root user or be executing using root privileges to unmount a filesystem. To unmount a filesystem, simply specify the name of the partition, filesystem, or its mount point on the umount command line. For a USB CD drive (/dev/cdrom) that is actually the physical device /dev/sr0 and is mounted at /media/cdrom, the following three commands are equivalent:
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# umount /dev/cdrom # umount /dev/sr0 # umount /media/cdrom
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The one catch when unmounting a filesystem is that you cannot unmount a filesystem when any process is using any file on that directory. This includes processes that you might easily overlook, such as a bash shell in which you have simply cd d to somewhere in the filesystem that you want to unmount. Before unmounting a filesystem, you must cd out of that filesystem or terminate any processes that are using that filesystem in any way. Identifying the processes that are using or accessing a mounted filesystem can be tedious, especially if you have multiple applications, konsole windows, or xterm windows open on your system. To save time, SUSE provides two convenient commands as part of its Linux distribution, the lsof (list open files) and fuser (find user) commands.
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To use the lsof command to identify the files open on a specific filesystem, simply provide the name of that filesystem or its mount point as an argument to the lsof command, as in the following example:
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# lsof /dev/cdrom COMMAND PID USER bash 4317 root vi 4365 root FD cwd cwd TYPE DEVICE SIZE NODE NAME DIR 11,0 2048 710656 /media/cdrom DIR 11,0 2048 710656 /media/cdrom
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The output of this command shows that the root user has two active processes that are using the filesystem on your CD device: a bash shell (process ID 4317) and the vi text editor (process ID 4365). You can either terminate the processes manually by using the kill command and specifying the IDs of the processes that you want to terminate, or you can use the fuser command to do this for you. The fuser command shows any processes associated with a specific file on a mounted filesystem. For example, to see any processes that have the file /media/cdrom/Future_ReadME.txt open, execute the fuser command with the name of this file as an argument, as in the following example:
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