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root localhost]# umount /dev/sdb1 umount: / device is busy [root localhost]# fuser -m /dev/sdb1 /dev/sdb1: 14810c [root localhost]# ps auxw|pgrep 14810c [root localhost]# should not last comman produce something ?...
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    Can't unmount


    root localhost]# umount /dev/sdb1
    umount: / device is busy

    [root localhost]# fuser -m /dev/sdb1
    /dev/sdb1: 14810c

    [root localhost]# ps auxw|pgrep 14810c

    [root localhost]#

    should not last comman produce something ?

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    Can you try something like "cat /proc/14810/cmdline" ?

    Anyway there is lazy mount option -l or -f for force umount
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