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> so something, somewhere thinks it's mounted. Check /proc/mounts?
There was nothing in /proc/mounts, nor was there any visible reference
in /proc. If there was, the first thing I would have done is to make
sure no process is using the FS. But I only did it later based on a hunch.
>> Please let me know what I can do short of zeroing the log, which
>> I believe would result in some data loss.
> Hate to say it, but a reboot may be simplest. Zeroing the log
> won't help. OTOH, if you lost USB connectivity, you already lost
> some data.
Please explain why losing USB connectivity means I've lost data. Is a
SATA/SCSI/NBD disconnect less likely to lose data?
Is XFS is not stable enough to function without a need to reboot in
case of a relatively minor HW failure? Minor meaning affecting only
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