Solaris > Safely remove / unmount the floppy disk or cdrom

First use sync command update the super block. Then use the eject utility. It is used for those removable media devices that do not have a manual eject button, or for those that do, but are managed by Volume Management.

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1) Type command sync to write superblock or data to device (for floppy disk):

# sync;sync

2) Use eject command to eject (or unmount it) floppy:

# eject fd

3) To Remove / unmount the CDROM disk
Use eject command as follows:

# eject cd

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