2015-06-12 1:13 GMT+02:00 Henry Hu <henry.hu...@gmail.com>:

> On Thu, Jun 11, 2015 at 1:55 PM Kevin Oberman <rkober...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> The same issue exists in fusefs, but has an uglier result. The fuse daemon
>> shuts down before any fusefs based file systems are unmounted, but, for
>> several R/W file systems including NTFS and exFAT, the result is a corrupt
>> file system. I did the same thing to work around this problem... an init
>> script, but I wonder if this should not be handled in some cleaner and
>> more
>> global manner. (No, I have no idea right now of how to implement this.)
> I think that I've hit this problem several times, because I've lost files
> on my NTFS portable harddisk several times. Now I force an unmount in the
> shutdown script.
> I remember that when fuse module was still in fusefs-kmod, the rc script
> unmounts the file systems, and there's even a _safe flag to ensure safety.
I have the same issue in my laptop a dual boot FreeBSD/Windows 8. In
FreeBSD, the Win8 partition, is mounted via fusefs and is unmounted in a
shutdown script.
But if I do not unmount this partition in a script, it is not unmounted by
the OS or fusefs at shutdown. Probably this is a different or new bug.

For the original bug I have opened a PR:
Please comment here if you like.

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