Command fs:mount

Mount a filesystem by updating /etc/fstab


  • filesystem: Source filename
  • mount-point: Mount-pount, for example /mnt/my-fs
  • type: Filesystem type, for example: ext3, proc, swap, nfs


  • --fstab: Name of the fstab filename, defaults to /etc/fstab
  • --options: Mount options
  • --dump: Dump frequency.
  • --pass: Pass number
  • --skip-mount: Update the fstab file, but do not perform the mount operation.
  • --check: Do not actually make any changes, but report whether or not a change would be made.
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