To find the filesystem type of a specific path in Linux, you can use the
df command followed by the path you want to check. Here’s the basic syntax:
df -Th /path/to/directory
-Tstands for “print filesystem type” and is used to display the filesystem type.
-his optional and stands for “human-readable.” It formats the output in a more human-friendly way, showing sizes in human-readable units (e.g., MB, GB).
/path/to/directory with the actual path you want to check. For example:
df -Th /mnt/data
This command will display information about the filesystem type of the specified directory.
Here’s a breakdown of what the output might look like:
Filesystem Type Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on
/dev/sda1 ext4 50G 20G 28G 42% /
In this example, the filesystem type of