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September 09, 2014

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I use:
umount -a
df #what failed umount?
mount -a

That almost always produces a mount failure on the "bad" FS(s). If the badFS is in use, it won't umount, so you have to kill whatever's running before you can confirm it's bad... But, it's nice in that it identifies "all" bad FSs in one process...

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