From: Hanson, Jonathan M <jonathan.hanson@in...> - 2004-02-07 15:22:13
I had that problem as well. However I found that "kill -9" will
get rid of the processes if you do them all at once.
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Subject: [uml-user] how to unlock root filesystem
After the user mode linux kernel panics, I boot UML again
and am told the root filesystem is locked by PID xxxxxx.
When I do a 'ps aux | grep linux', I find a lot of kernel threads
and processes running. Sometimes I can kill all of them with
'kill' or 'killall'. But most of the times, they just persists, possibly
because the signal is blocked.
As a result, I have to reboot my machine in order start UML again.
Is there any easy method to unlock the root file?
Thanks a lot.
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