>> If I mount my CD-ROM on machine A (where it lives) and then NFS mount it on
>> machine B, everything works fine. Reversing the process is somewhat more
>> difficult. Unmounting the NSF mount on machine B goes OK, however
>> apparently machine A doesn't get the message, since attempting to unmount
>NFS is stateless it doesn't have any concept at all of an "unmount", its
>idea of a mount is just "what is the root node of this file system and can
>I access it ?".
>Assuming your nfsd is past prehistoric it will close all cached file handles
>after about 30 seconds of non use. If your nfsd is prehistoric you should
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