In case /etc/mtab file is lost or corrupted by accident, and you want to recover the original /etc/mtab file, you can use /proc/mounts, which shows an up-to-date list of all mounts currently used by Linux system.
To reset /etc/mtab file to reflect the current mount information, run the following command.
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