Creating nested file systems (aka cross-mounts) is an ideal way to keep all your application-specific related file systems together. When mounting or unmounting nested file systems, to ensure that the mount (or unmount) is successful, you must mount the file systems in the correct order. In this article, I’ll show you some examples of nested file systems and explain how to order the mounts of a group of nested file systems. I'll also explain how to create a mount group that ...

REGISTER NOW TO ACCESS THIS ARTICLE

All registered users get access to premium content on POWER IT Pro for free.

Already registered? here.