Mounting is the concept of attaching a file system to a computer for access.

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Linux FSTAB error mounting corrupted SD card

i've problem. I've a linux embedded system with an Sd Card that i mount at startup using fstab. This is a commercial produt of my company, so i can't know in advance if i've a bad sd card. # ...
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Fedora: Mount davfs as user under home directory

Is it possible to mount a user's remote files, via davfs2, within the user's home directory? I've found, as a test case, that I can accomplish this if I have an individual line in fstab per user ...
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Automount old array in VMware ESXi 5.5 (free)

Background: Using the free ESXi, we had problems with corruption in the VMware OS files after an array failure. Because of large volumes of data and limited time (this is a production system), and ...
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rsync: how will rsync react to a file copy from a mounted share to a remote location?

I have a task to create a passive sync between a production server and a staging server which are located in two different geographical locations. The environment is fully Linux based (CentOS/RHEL) ...
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rsync to unmounted webdav share

if I want to transfer files to a webdav share, can I do that directly to the server that the share originates from, or does it need to be mounted on the machine that I send the rsync to? The thing is, ...
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How can I introspect the “shared subtree” mount flags for a particular mount?

Under Linux, the shared subtree flags control how a mountpoint is shared with parent and child mount namespaces. These flags include MS_SHARED, MS_PRIVATE, and MS_SLAVE. How can one see which of ...
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File name too long mount_nfs

I have a FreeBSD Vagrant box that looks like this: # -*- mode: ruby -*- # vi: set ft=ruby : VAGRANTFILE_API_VERSION = "2" Vagrant.configure(VAGRANTFILE_API_VERSION) do |config| config.vm.box = ...
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FreeBSD pre-mount script for gnop device?

How do I run a script in FreeBSD before filesystems are mounted? I want to install a gnop device and mount it (no, not for ZFS). Is there any canonical place where I can put a gnop create ...?
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Directories inside /var are on root partition not /var partition

Few weeks ago I installed Opensuse 13.2. I partitioned the disk so that root '/', /var, /tmp and /home are on different partitions. Today I noticed that although /var is on partition sda8, all ...
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Chain NFS sharing [closed]

We have a storage server which for some reason cannot be reached directly (and of course not in same network). So we thought that we need to create some kind of chain NFS sharing like; ServerA ...
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mount a root disk in mnt

How can I mount a root virtual disk from another VM on my CentOS ? In order to change some files on it, not to use it as a real root disk. there are 2 partitions on my virtual disk : /boot (Linux ...
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debian unable to automount partition at boot

I have a single usb drive connected to my server, and I am unable to get it to automount at boot time. If I manually execute mount -a it mounts correctly. my fstab is as follows: proc ...
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Is it possible to mount these pieces of equipment vertically, together? [closed]

I have a Cisco 2811 and 2950 and a Dell PowerEdge R720 server. I have the 2811 and the 2950 in a wall mount that holds the two pieces of equipment vertically (the jacks are facing upwards). I'm ...
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Ordering mount --bind and OpenVZ start on boot

I am using mount --bind to share some directories/files between containers. My issue is that on root server boot, the containers are started, but these mounts are not yet mounted. Some of the services ...
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Can't mount read-write iSCSI with MTU=9000

I'm attempting to connect my desktop (running debian 7) to a QNAP NAS (running QTS 4.1.1) using iSCSI with an MTU=9000. The network infrastructure consists of a cat5e crossover cable between the ...
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remount /tmp for the current shell

I have a command which is hard-coded to use /tmp as its working directory. /tmp is rather small, and the command is certain to fill it up, which will cause problems for other system processes. I ...
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What if mounting point conflicts with local directory?

This might help me hunt down some system configuration bug. Suppose I make a local directory (e.g., "/foo") in one disk partition, and copy some files to it. But later on I forget about it, and ...
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cifs Required Key Not Available

I have joined to a zentyal domain (AD Domain) using PowerBroker IS and I want it to mount my remote home directories when a remote user logs in. this is the config for PBIS: AllowDeleteTo "" ...
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CentOS how to delete files in |MOUNT_POINT| [closed]

When I was looking for big files that were using a lot of space on my CentOS VM, I noticed the following: /home/|MOUNT_POINT|/backup/11-17-14/custom/home/user1.tar.gz ...
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CentOS cifs mount point fails after reboot. permission denied error 13

I'm using CentOS release 5.10 I have a mount point setup in /etc/fstab that was working, but now it doesn't. After a reboot the mount point doesn't exist and running sudo mount -a results in: mount ...
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QSUB error in NIS. stale NFS file handle

I'm one of the user of our server, not administrator. Our main server uses NIS. And File system and clusters are connected to NIS server. Whenever I want to execute ./program.sh I type qsub -q ...
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Ubuntu on EC2 boot error after dist upgrade to 14.04: disk drive for / is not ready yet or not present

I just upgraded my Ubuntu 11.10 EC2 instance to 12.04, then to 12.10 and finally to 14.04 using the do-release-upgrade command each time. I arrived at 14.04 and the instance will not boot now, it ...
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What are the advantages and disadvantages of mounting your application binaries from a shared mount?

In a cluster of applications nodes, what are the advantages/disadvantages of placing your application binaries on a shared mount and having each of the nodes mount that, rather than having separate ...
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NFS fails to mount through openvpn tunnel

I am trying to establish an nfs connection through an openvpn tunnel. It really anoying and i dont know what to try next. The connectein test has been made on several platforms now. used ...
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Cannot remove mount option “discard” on an ext4 file system

I try to turn off "discard" on an ext4 file system but I cannot succeed. I tried to add "nodiscard" option in /etc/fstab but I can still see this # tune2fs -l /dev/md2|grep disca Default mount ...
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A VM on VMware goes back on time on reboot

This is strange, I had cloned a base build VM and had it running for 3 days, starting from October 6th. Due to a maintenance issue, had to reboot the server and found it had everything lost. No ...
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mount.cifs stopped working

Recently my mount of a samba share stopped working. Windows clients aren't having trouble, but no luck from Ubuntu 14.04. fstab says: //fox/ktenney/Documents /home/ktenney/Documents cifs ...
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Cannot mount an existing EBS on AWS

I tried mounting an existing EBS Storage (which has data) to an instance, but it keeps throwing this error. mount: wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock on /dev/xvdf, missing codepage or ...
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ffmpeg mp4 and webm files save to standard folder but only webm to mounted folder

So i am running an ffmpeg command on my linux server using the php exec command : exec("(nohup nice -n 19 " . $ffmpegPath . " -y -i " . $srcFile . " -f mp4 -pass 1 -passlogfile " . $video_pass_log . ...
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Cannot mount - busted superblock?

I was running a debian server which basically died on its backside this morning. Eventually I moved to a new server i was prepping up anyway (running CentOS) i had some backups but the rest was on the ...
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Is it safe to symlink complete /var directory

Is it safe to move complete /var directory in separate partition and create symlink to it? mv /var /mnt/storage ln -s /mnt/storage /var Distribution is Google Cloud CentOS Image I do not want to ...
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Mounting compressed filesystem using FUSE

I'd like to move some folders on my computer to a compressed read/write images, so I could get it to take less disk space on my machine (the folders contain some Mercurial and Git repositories). ...
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Change partition and / or mounting CentOS 6.5

I never did it before, please keep that in mind if I ask a beginner question now, but the info I've found on the internet weren't really useful for my case. df -h Filesystem ...
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Windows: Network share gets mounted randomly / repeatedly

I have a weird behavior on my computer: A network share that is normally mounted though group policies as W: gets mounted again and again with the letters X: Y: Z:, and then going backward V:, U:, ...
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Mount a folder as a removable drive on Windows

I'm using some compression software that requires a USB dongle to operate. There's nothing special about the dongle, it's just a usb drive with files on it. We're attempting to move the operation into ...
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Cannot stop service (PostgreSQL) in Ubuntu 14.04 minimal OpenVZ

I'm trying to stop PostgreSQL but this results in a weird error about /proc/: root@dw0wanydbpv14fred:~# service postgresql stop * Stopping PostgreSQL 9.3 database server * Error: /proc must be ...
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“Unstable” NFS mount point

I've posted that on StackOverflow and I've been advised to move it here. Sorry for that. First of all, this is the first time I'm posting a question on ServerFault, so please don't kill me if I've ...
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Unable to mount cifs in redhat 6

I am relatively new to Linux, and I am trying to mount a CIFS filesystem from an openfiler instance I have on my network in Red Hat. The openfiler instance is authenticating using AD. I am able to ...
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Can't mount disk (VFS: Can't find ext4 filesystem)

Tried to mount a disk (hardware raid) but failed. #mount -t ext4 /dev/sda /data mount: wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock on /dev/sda, missing codepage or helper program, or other ...
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Unable to mount '/dev/sda'

My server has two 2 TB hard disk drives in soft RAID 1. I can't mount /dev/sda. Output of parted -l root@rescue:~# parted -l Model: ATA HGST HUS724020AL (scsi) Disk /dev/sda: 2000GB Sector size ...
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Web server directory structure with additional volume for media (in Amazon EC2)

I'm re-building my server (LAMP) structure. I have now only one root volume that includes all data. Now i'm adding (EBS volume) for userdata like media etc. so i can just backup that volume and not ...
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“Stale NFS file handle” after reboot

On the server node, it is possible to access an exported folder. However, after reboots (both server and client), the folder is no longer accessible from the clients. On server # ls /data Folder1 ...
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Is there a way to alter default mount options for the xfs filesystem?

Q1. Is there a way to alter default mount options for the xfs filesystem? E.g. for ext2/3/4 it is done in /etc/mke2fs.conf file. Q2. Also is there a way to see default mount option on the mounted xfs ...
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Why would a bind mount unmount unexpectedly?

I have configured some bind mounts on all users's home directories to access a shared directory (or parts of it) that is somewhere else in the file system, so I have entries like these on my fstab ...
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How do I do 'mount --bind' in /etc/fstab?

I'm trying to figure out how to add "mount --bind /proc/ /chroot/mysql/proc" to /etc/fstab, but how can I to do this?
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Mounting NFS shares with pam_mount module

I am setting up a classroom environment where Windows 2012 R2 Server is used as a domain controller and file server. All the clients will be Kubuntu 14.04. I have set up the domain and NFS shares ...
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External drive switching from /dev/sda to /dev/sdb

We have a small box with external drives attached for backing up configuration sets. I found out the problem is simply that on reboot or whatever unknown event the drive switches from /dev/sda1 to ...
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linux + mount from local dir [closed]

in my Linux machine I run the following command under from /usr/cti/APPS directory cd /usr/cti/APPS mount -t nfs $server:$target_dir /mnt I want to show something very interesting I can run ...
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Mounting partition in FreeBSD is not working

I am new to FreeBSD and I try to mount a partition p2 of ada1 on a new FreeBSD installation by entering: sudo mkdir -p /mnt/ada1p2 sudo mount /dev/ada1p2 /mnt/ada1p2 This leaves me with mount: ...
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Autofs mount problems

I need a suggestion how to configure autofs to mount a windows share automatically to CentOS. I can successfully mount the share, but I can't seem to enter parameters into auto.master corectly. ...