System Administration Guide: Basic Administration

How to Determine Which File Systems Are Mounted

You can determine which file systems are already mounted by using the mount command.

$ mount [ -v ]


Displays the list of mounted file systems in verbose mode. 

Example—Determining Which File Systems Are Mounted

This example shows how to use the mount command to display information about the file systems that are currently mounted.

$ mount
/ on /dev/dsk/c0t0d0s0 read/write/setuid/intr/largefiles/xattr/onerror= ...
/usr on /dev/dsk/c0t0d0s6 read/write/setuid/intr/largefiles/xattr/onerror= ...
/proc on /proc read/write/setuid/dev=4300000 on Fri Nov 30 11:25:13 2001
/etc/mnttab on mnttab read/write/setuid/dev=43c0000 on Fri Nov 30 11:25:13 ...
/dev/fd on fd read/write/setuid/dev=4400000 on Fri Nov 30 11:25:17 2001
/var/run on swap read/write/setuid/xattr/dev=1 on Fri Nov 30 11:25:20 2001
/tmp on swap read/write/setuid/xattr/dev=2 on Fri Nov 30 11:25:24 2001
/export on /dev/dsk/c0t0d0s4 read/write/setuid/intr/largefiles/xattr/ ...
/export/home on /dev/dsk/c0t0d0s7 read/write/setuid/intr/largefiles/ ...