3.3. Unmounting a GFS2 File System
- Always use Pacemaker to manage the GFS2 file system. For information on configuring a GFS2 file system in a Pacemaker cluster, see Chapter 5, Configuring a GFS2 File System in a Cluster.
- If a GFS2 file system has been mounted manually with the
mountcommand, be sure to unmount the file system manually with the
umountcommand before rebooting or shutting down the system.
umountcommand is a Linux system command. Information about this command can be found in the Linux
umountcommand man pages.
- Specifies the directory where the GFS2 file system is currently mounted.