Dan Mandle asked:
I was able to set up a unionfs path but realized I wanted to change it. I can’t seem to overwrite, unmount, or move the unionfs target directory. Is there a command that a non-root user (who set up the union) to change it?
[email protected] ~ $ unionfs \ -o cow \ -o statfs_omit_ro \ /home/myuser/files/pre-upload:/home/myuser/gd-media=RO \ /home/myuser/union-media fuse: mountpoint is not empty fuse: if you are sure this is safe, use the 'nonempty' mount option [email protected] ~ $ umount /home/myuser/union-media umount: /home/myuser/union-media: Permission denied [email protected] ~ $ mv union-media OLD-union-media mv: cannot move 'union-media' to 'OLD-union-media': Device or resource busy
I would try
fusermount -u mountpoint. This is the direct command to unmount a FUSE filesystem.
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