Hi all, I've got 10 servers which all using the exact same way of taking backups. They all mount the backup storage over ssh. Only on two of them, I'm getting the following warning every day after the backup runs: Backup directory /var/backup could not be unmounted The command /usr/local/ispconfig/server/scripts/backup_dir_umount.sh failed. Under server config I got selected the option that is a remote mount. My fstab entry works fine as I can mount and umount manually without a problem. This is the specific entry in fstab just for reference: [email protected]:/mnt/raid5/email1 /var/backup fuse.sshfs defaults 0 0 This is what I got in my backup_dir_umount.sh Code: root@email1:~# cat /usr/local/ispconfig/server/scripts/backup_dir_umount.sh #!/bin/bash umount /var/backup Running backup_dir_umount.sh manually mounts fine the remote storage and also the backup_dir_umount umount it. It just throws that error in my email every day but backups are stored fine on it. How on earth I can see why it throws that error? ISPconfig is 3.2 Thanks PS: By the way, when the 3.2.1 will be available for download?