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4.3. Unmounting a File System

The GFS file system can be unmounted the same way as any Linux file system — by using the umount command.

Note

The umount command is a Linux system command. Information about this command can be found in the Linux umount command man pages.

Usage

umount MountPoint
MountPoint

Specifies the directory where the GFS file system should be mounted.


 
 
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