Rule Check: Mount Point
The Mount Point check verifies on a Linux system that a given file or directory (specified by path) is—or is not—mounted at a given point in the file system (also specified by path).
You can use this check to, for example, confirm that the log file file
/var/log/messages is not mounted on the root partition (
/), where it could potentially fill up the system disk and cause an outage.
Full path to the mounted file or directory. Widcards are not accepted.
|Should be mounted on||
This check fails if the target is not mounted at the specified mount point.
|Should not be mounted on||
This check fails if the target is mounted at the specified mount point.
Full path to the directory used as the mount point. Widcards are not accepted.
|Remedial Suggestion (optional)||