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Re: Detecting ro Filesystem

Bernd Eckenfels <lists@lina.inka.de> writes:

> On Sun, May 04, 2003 at 04:27:49PM +0100, steve@einval.com wrote:
> > You could parse the output of /proc/mounts and see that way...
> In that case you must do a longest match on the output, and make sure you
> use a correct physical path (i.e. resolv all symlinks).
> # realpath /opt
> /usr/local/opt
> # LANG=C mount | grep "on /usr/local/opt"
> # LANG=C mount | grep "on /usr/local"
> /dev/vg0/usr_lv on /usr/local type xfs (rw)

Wouldn't it be easier to just do a "df `realpath $filename`" to get
the mount point?

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