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Old 07 May 2020, 20:31   #13
Toni Wilen
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This is totally different than ejecting USB drive. (It would be similar to "ejecting" a hardfile)

Ejecting a directory or archive is similar to unmounting a network share. Network share is not going to get corrupted even if something is accessing it when it gets (force) unmounted.

Of course it is not good idea to eject if some program is actively writing to one or more files. File contents might get corrupted if program was mid-write when drive was ejected.
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