normal mount points

Parv parv at
Sun Apr 29 02:17:36 UTC 2007

in message <20070429010026.GB9913 at>,
wrote Jerry McAllister thusly...
> On Sat, Apr 28, 2007 at 11:21:20AM -0700, Graham North wrote:
> > I ran the df command last night to check slice sizes in
> > anticipation of doing some backup and eventual tranfer to a new
> > machine.  The output gave me not just normal slices that were
> > created at install but also three additional (mount points?)
> > /proc
> > /net
> > /host
> No problem.   /proc is sort of a psuedo file system that enables
> some routines such as top to look at certain pieces of
> information.
> Probably /net and /host are also psuedo file systems, but I have
> never seen them before.  If they are legit, they are for something
> I do not run.

Could it be that /{ne,hos}t mount points are due to use of

  - Parv


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