I use fstab to mount an additional drive using a somewhat similar entry to yours. However, it is necessary to have created the destination first. My destination folder is called 015data so from my ‘Home’ folder I create an empty folder called ‘015data’. This name is the one in the fstab entry. Once this empty folder is in place I can run
and my new folder is filled. It also gets filled when I boot up or reboot which, of course, is what is normally wanted. If there is an occasion when this is not wanted you can “hash” out the relevant line prior to the reboot. One thing to be aware of though is that you might have to change file permissions, owner and group to you to have read/write access to the folder contents. When setting these permissions use the
switch to ensure that the changes are reflected in all the folders and files within.
One other thing. I know others disagree with me but I believe that the final entry in the fstab line should be ‘2’ not ‘1’. To quote from the man (8) page:
The sixth field (fs_passno).
This field is used by fsck(8) to determine the order in which filesystem checks are done at boot time. The root filesystem should be specified with a
fs_passno of 1. Other filesystems should have a fs_passno of 2. Filesystems within a drive will be checked sequentially, but filesystems on different
drives will be checked at the same time to utilize parallelism available in the hardware. Defaults to zero (don't fsck) if not present.