William Muriithi wrote:
> I have indirect map that I would like to list the keys but from
> command line. I am able to see every key on the home directories map,
> but it display just names for the rest of the maps.
> Looking at the man page, I believe this would be my solution.
> -m, --dumpmaps [<map type> <map name>]
> With no parameters, list information about the
> configured automounter maps, then exit.
> If the dumpmaps option is given and is followed by two
> parameters, "<map type> <map name>" then simple "<key, value>" pairs
> that would be read in
> by a map read are printed to stdout if the given map
> type and map name are found in the map configuration.
> My maps looks like this:
> Mount point: /projects
> lookup_nss_read_map: reading map sss auto.projects
> do_init: parse(sun): init gathered global options: (null)
> lookup_nss_read_map: reading map files auto.projects
> instance type(s): sss
> map: auto.projects
> quetzal | -fstype=autofs ldap:auto.projects-quetzal
> tercel | -fstype=autofs ldap:auto.projects-tercel
> After reading the above map page, I was hoping the below command would
> list keys on one of the projects map. It doesn't work though.
> automount --dumpmaps map autofs map tercel
> The info page isn't also any better. I wonder if someone can explain
> the use of these keys by an example. Would be very grateful
> "<map type> <map name>"
You don't include "map" in the name of the thing. I think you want:
automount --dumpmaps sss auto.projects
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