[ceph-users] findmnt (was Re: Migration from filestore to blustore)

Matthew Vernon mv3 at sanger.ac.uk
Mon Nov 20 07:19:45 PST 2017


Hi,

On 20/11/17 15:00, Gerhard W. Recher wrote:

Just interjecting here because I keep seeing things like this, and
they're often buggy, and there's an easy answer:

> DEVICE=`mount | grep /var/lib/ceph/osd/ceph-$ID| cut -f1 -d"p"`

findmnt(8) is your friend, any time you want to find out about mounted
filesystems, and much more reliable than grepping the output of mount or
/proc/mtab/ or whatever (consider if ID is 1 and you have ceph-1 and
ceph-10 mounted on the host, for example).

findmnt -T "/var/lib/ceph/osd/ceph-$id" -n -o SOURCE

is probably what you wanted here. Findmnt is in util-linux, and should
be in all non-ancient distributions.

Here ends the message from the findmnt(8) appreciation society :)

Regards,

Matthew


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