4.3. Unmounting a File System

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.


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


umount MountPoint

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

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