How to use the BlobFuse2 unmount command

Use the blobfuse2 unmount command to unmount one or more existing BlobFuse2 mount points.


The blobfuse2 unmount command has 2 formats:

blobfuse2 unmount [mount path] [flags]

blobfuse2 unmount all [flags]


[mount path]

Specify a file path to the directory that contains the mount point to be unmounted. Example:

blobfuse2 unmount ./mount_path ...


Unmount all existing BlobFuse2 mount points.

Flags (options)

The following flags were inherited from the parent (the BlobFuse2 command):

Flag Short version Value type Default value Example Description
disable-version-check boolean false --disable-version-check=true Enables or disables automatic version checking of the BlobFuse2 binaries
help -h n/a -h or --help Help info for the blobfuse2 command and subcommands

There are no flags only supported by the unmount command.


  1. Unmount a BlobFuse2 mount instance:

    sudo blobfuse2 unmount ./mount_path

    (Alternatively, you can use a native Linux command to do the same):

    sudo fusermount3 -u ./mount_path
  2. Unmount all BlobFuse2 mount points (see also The BlobFuse2 unmount all command):

    sudo blobfuse2 unmount all

See also