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How To Remount /etc/fstab Without Reboot in Linux

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Written by Santosh Prasad

/etc/fstab contains all the necessary information to to automate the process of mounting partitions.

After editing the /etc/fstab file you would normally have to reboot the Linux system.

In this article I will provide you simple way which will remount all the partitions from your /etc/fstab file without restarting the system.

Remount /etc/fstab Without Reboot

Run the below command as root to remount the partitions:

# mount -a

This simple command causes all filesystems mentioned in /etc/fstab to be remounted, except the partitions with noauto option.

That’s it.

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