In message <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, Sheldon Hearn writes:
>On Sun, 17 Jun 2001 11:46:57 MST, Dima Dorfman wrote:
>> > If people think this is too much of a panic(8) implementation we
>> > can hide this behaviour behind a -JUSTDOIT! option.
>> This is easy to do; just add an -f option to mdconfig (which can be
>> converted into an MD_FORCE flag or something) which means "bypass as
>> many sanity checks as possible".  I'll do the work if it's desired.
>Yuk.  Can't we just keep consistency, so that this happens:
>       $ umount /dev/md0
>       umount: unmount of /dev/md0 failed: Device busy
>       $ umount -f /dev/md0
>       <panic>

Please check your details before replying.  It is not mount
which should yell, it is "mdconfig -d".

Besides "-f" is already a "-file" option to mdconfig, so a better
option letter needs to be found.

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