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Old 04-26-2004, 01:38 PM   #1
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Question VFS: busy inodes on changed media

Hi folks,

Installed MDK 10 powerpack yesterday (cool software works brill) but I'm getting a lot of VFS messages in the syslog file. Wonder if anyone knows what they might be over and can suggest a fix. here is the message

VFS: busy inodes on changed media

This is coming up 40 or 50 times in a few seconds. Then none for a bit then it repeats. It doesn't seem to start until I put a cd in to on of the two drives (DVD & CD) and browse through Konq.

A friend also installed it and sees the same message but no where near as much.


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you get this message when you eject a CD that is not unmounted. Check mount.



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