Re: Ejecting a USB drive using Cygwin (sync)?
- Date: Tue, 23 Jan 2018 21:41:56 +0300
- From: Andrey Repin <anrdaemon@xxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: Ejecting a USB drive using Cygwin (sync)?
Greetings, Ronald Fischer!
> I'm looking for a command, which would allow me from a shell script to
> prepare the removal of a USB device (stick, external hard drive etc.).
Windows device disconnect option syncs the device.
Just find a tool that plays right.
> With other words, after issuing the command, I should be able to physically
> remove the USB device.
> Can the `sync` command be used, for instance
> sync -f /cygdrive/e
> assuming that the USB device is on drive E:? The man page of *sync* is a
> bit vague in this respect. Or is there another Cygwin command which can be
> used for this purpose?
There's no "eject" implementation, to my knowledge.
Also, please keep in mind that ejecting drive vs. detaching a device is a
I.e. detaching a multi-mode card reader may leave system unable to access
newly inserted cards.
With best regards,
Tuesday, January 23, 2018 21:33:21
Sorry for my terrible english...
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