|Joe Kisela on 18 Aug 2010 14:49:39 -0700|
If they are quick mounts for testing or whatever, don't muck in /mnt - thats for more permanent things. Use /tmp
#mount /dev/sda1 /tmp/foo
(various options omitted to protect the innocent.)
this way, when you reboot, there are no extra confusing entries in /mnt.
Sean Finney said
as an aside, i think it's a good general practice to avoid subdirectories
under /mnt as local mount points, and instead reserve the top-level /mnt
for quick one-off mounts when testing or fs recovery is needed.
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