Hello,
I'm currently writing a simple read-only filesystem based on a device. I
use the new_inode function (which is defined in inode.c) to allocate my
inodes and my driver holds a list of the allocated inodes in order to
destroy them in the end, but I don't know how I should destroy them (I
mean with which function). I currently get a "Busy inodes after unmount"
message after unmounting my filesystem.

Thanks in advance,
BoozooK.
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