How can I view detailed information about mounted file systems in Linux?

To view detailed information about the mounted file system, you can use the following command:

  1. Check detailed information of mounted file systems using the df command, including mount point, total size, used space, and available space. Example command is as follows:
df -h
  1. You can use the mount command to view detailed information about the mounted file system, including the type of file system, mount point, and mounting options. An example command is shown below:
mount
  1. To view the /etc/fstab file, which contains information about the file systems mounted at system startup, use the cat command. An example command is shown below:
cat /etc/fstab

With the above command, you can view detailed information about the file systems already mounted in the system.

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