Desmontando um dispositivo ocupado

fuser -vm /dev/sda2
Com o fuser voce descobre quem esta ocupando o dispositivo. Depois pode desativar o servico manualmente. Ou se necessario, matar o servico com Kill, usando o numero PID. ex: kill -9 1768 fonte: http://www.vivaolinux.com.br/dica/Desmontando-um-dispositivo-ocupado
Sample Output
USER        PID ACCESS COMMAND
/dev/sda2:           root       1768 f.... smbd

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By: jcm357
2009-04-01 13:51:38

What Others Think

Could you possibly translate what you wrote into english or at least spanish? I don't know Portuguese Thanks
scifisamurai · 481 weeks ago
O Juliano, bota isto em ingres pra gente, vai...
marcelor · 481 weeks ago
Google translate says: Unmounting a device busy With the fuser you discover who is occupying the device. You can then disable the service manually. Or if necessary, kill Kill with the service, using the PID number. eg kill -9 1768 Kind of screwy but still reads easier than some perl I've had to debug.
TheMightyBuzzard · 481 weeks ago
English site here.
atoponce · 481 weeks ago

What do you think?

Any thoughts on this command? Does it work on your machine? Can you do the same thing with only 14 characters?

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