Review my mounted file systems

I just wanted to be sure I have set everything properly because my second disk partition is mounted twice…

My storage settings is like this

cat /etc/config/fstab

config global
	option anon_swap '0'
	option anon_mount '0'
	option auto_swap '1'
	option auto_mount '1'
	option delay_root '5'
	option check_fs '0'

config mount
	option enabled '1'
	option uuid '5d480389-b3ac-4d5d-90d4-88111c83b1cd'
	option target '/nas'
	option enabled_fsck '1'

Is this all correct? Thank you.

And what about mountd daemon … running?

Execute command:

/etc/init.d/mountd disable && reboot

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mountd is obsolete. As of December 2018, this is replaced by “fstools” (which handles block mount with the block binary) and “blockd” (which handles autofs) …

Ok, I run the command and second mount is gone. Do I need mountd for anything?

Is the storage for persistent data setup correct? Is there anything missing from /etc/config/fstab?

Thank you, guys.

Everything looks well … by me :slight_smile:

Thanks :slight_smile:

I wasn’t sure because I can see only one mount point in /etc/config/fstab but “srv” is probably defined elsewhere (where?). How can I check all persistent data are going to be stored there? Is there some setting in Luci?

“srv” is in LuCI only as a service and configuration manually or via Foris.
service: /etc/init.d/srv
configuration: /etc/config/storage