How can I see my mounts in Linux?
- Listing the file system. findmnt.
- Files system in a list format. findmnt –l.
- Listing the system in df format.
- fstab output list.
- Filter out file system.
- RAW OUTPUT.
- Search with source device.
- Search by mount point.
How do I list my mounts? You can use df command to list mount points. You can use -t followed by filesystem type (say ext3, ext4, nfs) to display respective mount points. For examples below df command display all NFS mount points.
How do you list all mount points in Linux? There is no such command, since there is no list of “attempted mounts”. You can compare the current mount list ( /etc/mtab ) to the list of shares registered to be mounted though ( /etc/fstab ). Alternatively you could try to grep through the system log files to find failed mount attempts.
How do I view mounts in Ubuntu? The findmnt command is able to search in /etc/fstab , /etc/fstab. d , /etc/mtab or /proc/self/mountinfo . If device or mountpoint is not given, all filesystems are shown. The command prints all mounted filesystems in the tree-like format by default.