This procedure shows how to list all of the SMB shares that are mounted on your system. The resulting list includes your mounts, other users' mounts, and multiuser mounts created by the system administrator.
List all SMB mounts.
Use one of the following commands to list the mounted SMB shares:
$ mount -v | grep 'type smbfs' //solarsystem/tmp on /mnt type smbfs read/write/setuid/devices/dev=5080000 on Tue Mar 29 11:40:18 2011 //solarsystem/files on /files type smbfs read/write/setuid/devices/dev=4800000 on Mon Mar 28 22:17:56 2011
Note that the
mountcommand includes information about the mount options specified at mount time. You can also use the
dfcommand with the
-F smbfsoption to list the SMB mounts.
$ df -k -F smbfs //solarsystem/tmp 1871312 70864 1800448 4% /mnt //solarsystem/files 8067749 8017 7979055 1% /files