How to access contents of directory underneath mounted volume?
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Hello,On a RHEL4 host, I have a mountpoint, /thing, with a SAN volume mounted at this mountpoint.
The local volume that contains the mountpoint (i.e. the volume that is mounted at /) is nearly full, and I'm suspecting it is because there are files on the local volume in the /thing directory. Of course, I can't get to the /thing directory by normal means (at least AFAIK), because there is currently a volume mounted at that mountpoint.
Does anyone know if it possible to access (i.e. see and delete) the files in the /thing directory without having to umount the SAN volume that is mounted at /thing?
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