Provided by: mountall_2.54ubuntu1_amd64
mountall - Mount filesystems during boot
mountall is an Upstart init(8) helper that mounts filesystems. It reads fstab(5) and supplements the entries found with a set of built-in entries (generally found in /lib/init/fstab) and calls fsck(8), mount(8) and swapon(8) in the correct order to mount filesystems once the underlying devices have been created by udevd(8).
--daemon Detach and run in the background. --force-fsck Force check of all filesystems. --fsck-fix Attempt to fix all fsck errors. --no-events Do not emit events after mounting filesystems. --dev-wait-time=value (in seconds) In case of bootwait or timeout: specify the time to wait for device to be detected. The default is 30 seconds. Legal values are between 1 and 2147483647 seconds. -q, --quiet Reduce output to errors only. -v, --verbose Increase output to include informational messages. --help Display this help and exit. --version Output version information and exit.
Written by Scott James Remnant <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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all-swaps(7), filesystem(7), init(8), local-filesystems(7), mounted(7), mounting(7), remote-filesystems(7), virtual-filesystems(7).