Grab-logs should run "mount" to show mount status


#1

When users have issues with fstab-based media, grab-logs shows fstab, which lets us know what the user wanted to do, but the combination of client options plus server config may change what really happens on the mount.

The output of mount will tell more about what really happened and allow better debugging.


#2

good idea


#3

Would capturing /proc/mounts suffice?


#4

/proc/mounts would be fine; the last two fields are the same (dump, fsck) like in fstab?


#5

Yeah, the only difference is losing the “on” between the first copy of the file system type and the mount point.


#6

This could be added to the fstab collection easily enough.