Mouting second hard drive

By running the following command, I get the result:

sudo lsblk -o NAME,FSTYPE,SIZE,MOUNTPOINT,LABEL NAME    FSTYPE               SIZE MOUNTPOINT LABEL sda                          1.8T             ├─sda1                    1004.5K             ├─sda2  linux_raid_member   19.5G             │ └─md2 ext4                19.5G /           ├─sda3  linux_raid_member    1.8T             │ └─md3 ext4                 1.8T /home       └─sda4  swap                 511M [SWAP]     swap-sda4 sdb                          1.8T             ├─sdb1                    1004.5K             ├─sdb2  linux_raid_member   19.5G             │ └─md2 ext4                19.5G /           ├─sdb3  linux_raid_member    1.8T             │ └─md3 ext4                 1.8T /home       └─sdb4  swap                 511M [SWAP]     swap-sdb4 

Two times 2TB hard drives. This is a RAID setup, though I am not sure what that means.

For some reason the sdb drives doesn't seem to have ever been mounted, or if it has been I don't know how to access it. I don't understand why the mount points are the same?

How can I mount the second drive, sdb?

I've tried:

sudo mount /dev/sdb3 /media/data 

it says: mount: /dev/sdb3 already mounted

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Category: mount Time: 2016-07-28 Views: 0

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