In Analyze it is recommended that the data-7731/executions folder be kept in a separate location to the other folders under data-7731 to ensure Analyze performance is optimized. For more information see this article storage considerations
Linux is made up of a Logical File System and a Disk Infrastructure, per the screenshot below. The File System can't see the Disk Infrastructure unless it's mounted.
Analyze only sees the directory structure on a Linux or Windows server. It does not see local or external disks.
** It is recommend that you take a Linux system level backup before mounting a disk
** Ensure the permissions on the new mount point are the same as those on the existing executions folder - else the Analyze user (and hence the Analyze software) won't be able to perform read, write or execute operations on the new mount point
** You'll need to make the new disk configuration permanent so that following a Linux system reboot the new disk/volume is automatically mounted (i.e. include the mount in the Linux system's /etc/fstab file)
STEPS TO MOUNT A DISK: