System administration command. Unmount a filesystem. umount announces to the system that the removable file structure previously mounted on the specified directory is to be removed. umount also accepts the special-device to indicate the filesystem to be unmounted; however, this usage is obsolete and will fail if the device is mounted on more than one directory. Any pending I/O for the filesystem is completed, and the file structure is flagged as clean. A busy filesystem cannot be unmounted.
Unmount all filesystems that are listed in /etc/mtab.
If the unmounted device was a loop device, free the loop device too. See also the losetup command.
Force the unmount. This option requires kernel 2.1.116 or later.
Print help message and exit.
Lazy unmount. Detach the filesystem from the hierarchy immediately, but don’t clean up references until it is no longer busy. Requires kernel 2.4.11 or later.
Unmount, but do not record changes in /etc/mtab.
Unmount only filesystems with the specified options in /etc/fstab. Specify multiple options as a comma-separated list. Add no as a prefix to an option to indicate filesystems that should not be unmounted.
If unmounting fails, try to remount read-only.
Unmount only filesystems of type type. Multiple types can be specified as a comma-separated list, and any type can be prefixed with no to specify that filesystems of that type should not be ...