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I would like to know how to show all the current mount points in the file system. I tried mount but it didn't show the nfs mount point. Thanks...
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    how to show all the current mount points


    I would like to know how to show all the current mount points in the file system. I tried mount but it didn't show the nfs mount point.

    Thanks

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    you can use the disk free command to see that
    syantax: df -h

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    Thanks, but df -h didn't nfs mount either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by uminds View Post
    I would like to know how to show all the current mount points in the file system. I tried mount but it didn't show the nfs mount point.

    Thanks

    It should do, at least it does on our RHEL servers
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    Mount should show anything that's mounted.

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    As i92guboj said, mount should show anything that's mounted. If by mount points, you mean the points where an NFS file system would be mounted when imported, then if the remote file system hasn't been imported as yet, mount won't show it, as a mount point is simply an empty directory somewhere in your file system.

    So, that said, can you be more clear on what you are trying to find out? TAL.
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