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Mount a Drive

I have a linux RedHat 4 system of 50 GB
 I did partitiion into 2 parts, part A (30 GB) and part B (20 GB).
 It is possible in linux that I can mount part B.
So part B will be mounted on the part A, part B will come external Drive kind of ...
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gauravflame

8/22/2022 - Mon
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Yes it is possible..what is the filesystem on part b ?
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ext2
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Part A partition  have : ext2
Part B partition  have  : ext3
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/dev/sdb         -- is the name of the hard drive, in my case Part B
I think this information I will get from   df -h

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so my Part B will become Map network drive .
which will be mounted on the Part A
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In my Part A hard drive , I have folder name as "share"  in my  /mnt
/mnt/share

Do this "share" folder can also treated as mounted drive, so "share" is mounted on the Part A. Is that correct?