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I'm running HPUX 11.x and I was wondering if there's a command that would list all the mount point owner and group. I want a listing like df or bdf but with ownership information.

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Are you looking for the mount points, as in the root of each mounted filesystem, or for the mount points, as in the directories that are hidden behind mounted filesystems? –  Gilles Nov 7 '11 at 23:10

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I would do a for iteration using the content of /etc/mnttab.

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