about the filesystem

Johnneylee Rollins johnneylee.rollins at gmail.com
Sun Jan 31 16:49:41 UTC 2010

> Well, not quite, sort of...  All of those are tmpfs mounts.  Those are
> memory-backed filesystems, so there is no single block device backing
> them.  It is traditional to use 'none' for such mounts, though an
> arbitrary name is possible for better identification.
> You can see the type of filesystem for those mounts by issuing the mount
> command with no arguments or view the contents of '/proc/mounts'.

Thank you for correcting me :)
I hadn't the very specific knowledge about that. I knew there was no
specific block device, but hadn't thought at all that that was how it
was. Sorry for the half-answer.


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