unmountfilesystem

How we will unmount the file system.

/dev/asm/dbfsvol-446 acfs  188743680 26825960 161917720  15% /acfs
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umount /dev/asm/dbfsvol-446

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arnoldCommented:
If the filesystem is in use, the attempt will fail, adding a -f will force the us mounting of the filesystem and which could lead to the application crashing and possible loss of data...
anishtvAuthor Commented:
succeeded.
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