Rob Verduijn wrote:
> I'm trying to figure out how to use automounts in freeipa with offsets.
> currently I have this:
> the default location containing 3 maps
> auto.direct is empty
> auto.home contains:
> key : * mount information : -rw nfs.example.com:/homes/&
> auto.master contains
> key : /- mount-information : auto.direct
> key: /home mount information : auto.home
> in autofs file this would be :
> auto.master :
> /- /etc/auto.direct
> /home /etc/auto.home
> and auto.home would contain:
> test -rw nfs.example.com:/homes/&
> now I would like to do the automount indirect offset like this :
> test / -rw nfs.example.com:/homes/test \
> /newfolder nfs2.example.com:/newfolder \
> /anotherfolder nfs3.example.com:/anotherfolder \
> /anotherfolder/2deep nfs4.example.com:/2deep
> which would automount the newfolder like this :
> and anotherfolder like this
> and 2deep like this
> is this possible in freeipa ?
If it's possible with LDAP-stored autofs it should be possible with IPA.
I've typically used much simpler configurations with automount.
Theoreticaly it should work just the way you'd set it in a file, as
you've posted. Did you try it? You'd set --key=test --info='/ -rw ...'
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