How can I tell which filesystem is running?

From: J F (j1234f_at_excite.com)
Date: 01/27/05

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    How can I tell which filesystem is running?
    Which command do I type to see if it is reiserfs or ext2 or ext3?

    I just noticed that /etc/modules loads reiserfs and ext3 at boot.
    Probably would be faster not to have them if I don't need them.

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