fs umount

Name

fs umount -- Unmount filesystem

Synopsis

fs umount {mountpoint}

Arguments

NameTypeDescriptionDefault
mountpointStringMountpoint of filesystem to unmount. 

Description

This command removes a filesystem from being accessible using the filesystem commands. The single argument needs to be the mountpoint that was used when mounting the filesystem. This command will fail if the current directory is currently within the filesystem to be unmounted.

Examples

Unmount a JFF2 partititon:

RedBoot> fs info                                                                
Filesystems available:                                                          
ramfs                                                                           
jffs2

Devices available:
/dev/flash1

Mounted filesystems:                                                            
         Device Filesystem Mounted on                                           
    <undefined>      ramfs /
    /dev/flash1      jffs2 /flash
RedBoot> fs umount /flash
RedBoot> fs info                                                                
Filesystems available:                                                          
ramfs                                                                           
jffs2

Devices available:
/dev/flash1

Mounted filesystems:                                                            
         Device Filesystem Mounted on                                           
    <undefined>      ramfs /
RedBoot>

2017-02-09
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