[arch-general] crazy mount process
roy.aurko at gmail.com
Mon Jul 16 15:19:35 EDT 2012
I had a similar problem today when I tried to mount my portable hard
drives. The mount process would consume 100% cpu and could not be killed.
Further when I tried to give the shutdown/halt command the system would not
shut down either. The next time I stopped dbus before attempting to mount
again and it worked. However I don't think that this was causing the
problem since the next time I could mount even when dbus was running and I
can find no plausible explanation for why stopping dbus should help. Now it
seems to be working fine - so basically it was a weird problem that just
corrected itself after a couple of reboots.
On Tue, Jul 17, 2012 at 12:33 AM, Andrea Crotti
<andrea.crotti.0 at gmail.com>wrote:
> I just finished to get my computer running again, I did a "pacman -Suf",
> and the glibc issue made my machine unusable..
> Anyway I fixed that easily without reinstalling anything luckily, but now
> on reboot I see something very strange.
> There is a process running and keeping my machine busy:
> 357 root 20 0 10700 1004 856 R 99.7 0.0 7:01.50 /bin/mount -o
> relatime /dev/sda3 /media/usbhd-sda3
> but /dev/sda3 is not even a real partition "/dev/sda3 240975 625137344
> 312448185 5 Extended
> I can't kill that process and don't understand where it comes from... any
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