There is a mount point at /mnt/mountname and it goes to a large SAN with lots of storage but it's mounted as a read-only filesystem. I want to add a mount point with a different name that's read-write. I've looked in /etc/fstab and /etc/vfstab (which doesn't exist) and there is nothing there that mentions /mnt/mountname. Where else can I look?
The mount mounts are defined at /etc/fstab however the file system mounted at /mnt/mountname may have been mounted "by hand" or something may have mounted it after the system started. IE, someone may have have just typed the following in the terminal to mount it:
mount /dev/foo /mnt/mountname
If you want to add /mnt/mountname to /etc/fstab and/or want to use it as a template for the new one you're adding, you can run the following to show you what the line in /etc/fstab should look like:
If that doesn't work, try 'cat /proc/mounts'.