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how to verify red hat linux File system with user id and disk usage at a time

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Re: how to capture File System before reboot OS and how to check file system without issues.

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Jeesshnasree-

Normally, your mount points are stored in /etc/fstab, so that they are re-mounted after a system reboot. If you are concerned that the mount points are not persistently configured, you can list them with the mount command, if you save this output you compare it to the mount command after the reboot, and remount anything that did not come up. In addition, you could compare the out of mount with the mounts you see in /etc/fstab to ensure that everything is mounted automatically. That is kind of a generic overview, because I really don't have enough information, there are other gotchas like is the system using automount for user home directories. You need to proceed with caution, because you can end up with a system that is not bootable.

 

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how to capture File System before reboot OS and how to check file system without issues.

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finally how to ckeck after rebbot File sysyem and mount point properly done or not .

 

what are parameters required after reboot OS means kindly share file system mount point  verication require commands.

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Jeesshnasree-

Normally, your mount points are stored in /etc/fstab, so that they are re-mounted after a system reboot. If you are concerned that the mount points are not persistently configured, you can list them with the mount command, if you save this output you compare it to the mount command after the reboot, and remount anything that did not come up. In addition, you could compare the out of mount with the mounts you see in /etc/fstab to ensure that everything is mounted automatically. That is kind of a generic overview, because I really don't have enough information, there are other gotchas like is the system using automount for user home directories. You need to proceed with caution, because you can end up with a system that is not bootable.

 

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-Jamie

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thanks Jamie but please  provide any example . some times after reboot OS mount point FS are missing and not mounted properly .

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