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FILESYSTEM-INDEPENDENT MOUNT OPTIONS
Some of these options are only useful when they appear in the /etc/fstab file.
Some of these options could be enabled or disabled by default in the system kernel. To check the current setting
see the options in /proc/mounts. Note that filesystems also have per-filesystem specific default mount options (see
for example tune2fs -l output for extN filesystems).
The following options apply to any filesystem that is being mounted (but not every filesystem actually honors them –
e.g., the sync option today has an effect only for ext2, ext3, fat, vfat and ufs):
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