How do you list all mount points in Linux? 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 I check my mount point permissions? To check the underlying mount point permissions, first check /filesystemA/filesystemB permissions by mounting filesystemA to another mount point in order to unhide filesystemB directory. The permissions are OK. Only root has write permissions. Now permissions are fixed.
How do I give permission to mount point in Linux? You need to change the permissions of the mounted filesystem, not of the mount point when the filesystem is not mounted. So mount /var/lib/mysql then chown mysql. mysql /var/lib/mysql . This will change the permissions of the root of the MySQL DB filesystem.
What is Lsblk command? lsblk lists information about all available or the specified block devices. The lsblk command reads the sysfs filesystem and udev db to gather information. If the udev db is not available or lsblk is compiled without udev support, then it tries to read LABELs, UUIDs and filesystem types from the block device.