Managing File Systems in Oracle® Solaris 11.2

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Updated: July 2014

The Mounted File System Table

Whenever you mount or unmount a file system, the /etc/mnttab (mount table) file is modified with the list of currently mounted file systems. You can display the contents of this file by using the cat or more commands. However, you cannot edit this file. Here is an example of an /etc/mnttab file:

$ more /etc/mnttab
rpool/ROOT/zfsBE    /       zfs     dev=3390002     0
/devices        /devices        devfs   dev=8580000     1337114941
/dev    /dev    dev     dev=85c0000     1337114941
ctfs    /system/contract        ctfs    dev=8680001     1337114941
proc    /proc   proc    dev=8600000     1337114941
mnttab  /etc/mnttab     mntfs   dev=86c0001     1337114941
swap    /system/volatile        tmpfs   xattr,dev=8700001   1337114941
objfs   /system/object  objfs   dev=8740001     1337114941
sharefs /etc/dfs/sharetab       sharefs dev=8780001     1337114941
/usr/lib/libc/  /lib/  lofs dev=3390002  13371149
fd      /dev/fd fd      rw,dev=8880001  1337114969
rpool/ROOT/zfsBE/var        /var    zfs     rw,devices,
rstchown,xattr,atime,dev=3390003        1337114969
swap    /tmp    tmpfs   xattr,dev=8700002       1337114969
rpool/VARSHARE  /var/share      zfs     rw,devices,setuid,nonbmand,exec,
rstchown,xattr,atime,dev=3390004        1337114969