A special type of directory that connects a location in the AFS filespace with a volume. A mount point looks like a standard directory; listing the directory shows the contents of the volume. Each mount point corresponds to a single volume.
a special type of directory that connects a location in the AFS file space with a volume. A mount point looks like a standard Unix directory. Listing the directory (ls) shows the contents of the volume.
is the directory where a partition or another device is attached to the GNU/Linux filesystem. For example, your CD-ROM is mounted in the /mnt/cdrom directory, from where you can explore the contents of any mounted CDs.
A directory in a mounted file system that serves as an access point for another file system. multitasking- The ability to execute more than one process or task at a time. multiuser- The ability of a system to support multiple simultaneous users.
The mount command takes a filesystem and maps it to an existing directory in the file tree, called the mount point. The mount point is typically empty directories, though not necessarily so; if a directory serving as a mount point contains anything, the contents will be inaccessible while the new filesystem is mounted there.
A special type of directory that associates a location in the AFS file space with a volume. It acts like a standard UNIX directory in that users can change directory to it and list its contents with the UNIX cd and ls commands.
A mount point is a directory on a volume that an application can use to "mount" (set up for use) a different volume. Mount points overcome the limitation on drive letters and allow more logical organization of files and folders.
A string used to identify a live stream, which can be a relayed movie stream, a nonrelayed movie stream, or an MP3 stream. Mount points that describe live movie streams always end with an .sdp extension.