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  • #604
     gelas msofe 
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    How do i kill all the processes running by a partition?

  • #605
     Dennis Finley 
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    In some occasions you ould need to kill all the process running by a partition in order to umount a partition for example, the following command can be used to kill all the processes running by /dev/sdb1

    ~#fuser -c -k /dev/sdb1

    The parameter C is to kill all the processes
    The parameter K is to kill all the processes

    Then you can umount the partition without having an error saying “partition is busy running processses”

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