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Old 05-27-2011, 03:24 PM   #1
djpeckma
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Verify CUPS print queue file system type when mounted via C program code as tmpfs.


I have a Linux network server coded in C to use CUPS. It creates the print queue (/var/spool/cups) as a tmpfs. However, when I am running, I want to verify the print queue was mounted as a RAM-based file system (tmpfs). I am logged in as root. When I use 'df -T' or 'mount -t tmpfs', I am not seeing /var/spool/cups listed at all.

How can I verify that it was mounted correctly as a tmpfs?
 
  


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