I have a folder(mostly with postfix user mailboxes-homedirs) mounted on a disk A(raid1) and I want to move it from disk A to disk B(also raid1).
Currently it is like:
and I want:
should I simply umount and then mount to another disk?
Thank you guys for all your answers.
It seems that I was wrong in my question.
The proper would be
How to properly change mount point of the folder?
So I have /h1 mounted to /md120 and I want to change it's mount point to /md121.
UPDATE 2 mount -l
fstab doesn't contain mounting.
/dev/md121 on /home2 /dev/md125 on /h1
My idea is to move
home2 so full path would be
/home2/h1, which would be mounted into
/dev/md125 would be 'removed'. The problem is that
h1 contains user homedirs(mailboxes) so I think to simply
ln after removing.