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Old 04-17-2015, 12:02 AM   #1
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Cool unmount shares

hello guys,
i have a NAS which I change the IP Address but the old IP Address was already mounted on my Linux box and forgot to do umount.

when i type df -h output is like this:
// 5.5T 3.6T 2.0T 65% /home/NASBak
// 5.5T 3.6T 2.0T 65% /home/NASBak
// 5.5T 3.6T 2.0T 65% /home/NASBak

The current used IP is xx.xx.1.67 and xx.xx.1.27

How do I remove the

i know i can do like umount /home/NASBak

but it will unmount also the other 2 IP Addresses

is there a way to unmount by IP Address?

Old 04-17-2015, 12:24 AM   #2
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ok did google search, i didn't know that can unmount via IP like example below, but i guess i might need to restart the system because it has an error.

umount //
umount: cannot unmount // -- // is mounted over it on the same point

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