Article ID: 128481, created on Feb 27, 2016, last review on Feb 27, 2016

  • Applies to:
  • Virtuozzo 6.0

Symptoms

Listing a root directory or fetching attributes about "/buse" directory returns error:

~# ls -ld /buse
ls: cannot access buse: Transport endpoint is not connected
d?????????   ? ?    ?        ?            ? buse
~# 

Cause

This directory is in use for "backups in user-space" daemon, which allows attaching backups to the respective virtual environments (containers). The error means that the corresponding process is no longer running, however the FUSE-based file-system was not unmounted properly.

Resolution

Remount the file-system:

~# fusermount -u /buse
~# mount /buse

Search Words

ls: cannot access buse: Transport endpoint is not connected

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