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Reading thiat section, I saw:
“Stop any processes/scripts that may be utilizing the disk before continuing.”
How would one go about that, ie what would be the command to list which scripts/processes are using the disk, and, then, what would the command be to stop a typical script/process?
Would it be a better use of your time if your answer was added to that page and just linked to here, to save you getting the same question in the future?
That is a question I hope someone can answer for me. I stopped short of outright instructing the user to kill processes at the command line, because that sounds like a very bad idea. More generally I was trying to suggest that people temporarily suspend applications like Diversion and Skynet using their respective commands. I haven't explored any deeper than that.
My hope is that if a user encounters problems unmounting such as "device or resource busy" then they'll try and be successful unmounting with web GUI.
Definitely let me know if you have any ideas or new info.