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Old 03-21-2014, 09:57 AM   #1
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how to confirm whether a mount is of type SAN or NAS on Oracle Linux VM

how to confirm whether a mount is of type SAN or NAS on Oracle Linux VM.

[root@server1 stage]# df -h /oracle/stage
Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on
10G 5G 5G 50% /oracle/stage

So here this mount "stage" is of type SAN or NAS ? how to confirm ?

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What does


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give us the output of mount, that should help!
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That would be LVM, just based on the naming convention. "vg_..." would stand for "Volume Group", at least if a normal person was doing the naming. "Volume groups" are part of LVM.



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