[Solved] umount bash: warning: shell level (1000) too high, resetting to 1

Rucent88 Asks: umount bash: warning: shell level (1000) too high, resetting to 1
I can mount drives and images, but I can’t unmount them. I get ‘shell level too high’. I expect this normally happens when a script calls itself.

Is there some script that is run by umount? I can’t figure out why this is happening.

Code:
# alias umount
-bash: alias: umount: not found
# mount -o ro sda1.img /tmp/mm
# umount /tmp/mm
/bin/bash: warning: shell level (1000) too high, resetting to 1
/bin/bash: warning: shell level (1000) too high, resetting to 1
/bin/bash: warning: shell level (1000) too high, resetting to 1
/bin/bash: warning: shell level (1000) too high, resetting to 1
(repeat forever)

Edit: Fixed incorrect copy/paste. umount is not aliased

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