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What's the easiest way to find out that, for example, /Volumes/Foo lives in /dev/disk0s2 ?

EDIT: mount is probably a more semantically satisfying answer, but it doesn't get much shorter than df

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up vote 4 down vote accepted

Or df -h, which will show usage as well. diskutil list will show available disks.

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Works fine just as "df" for this purpose – username May 31 '09 at 0:05


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alias a letter to.... than you'll have one letter command

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+1, actually a pretty decent answer. – Sirex Nov 3 '10 at 5:49

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