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You can create /mnt/foo mount point and mount /dev/xvdb using following commands. sudo umount /mnt sudo mkdir /mnt/foo sudo mount /dev/xvdb /mnt/foo If you are getting device busy,find process running with device and kill it lsof | grep '/dev/xvdb'


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You propably mounted the partition /dev/xvdbover the original /mnt ? Try umount /dev/xvdb an see, if the folder is there. If so, move it to some other partition, then re-mount /dev/xvdb and move the folder back.



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