Hi Bjørn,

sorry I don't have much experience with autofs. I will have to configure
some to see what is happening there....

I don't think we want generally ignore all autofs mounts, but we have just
to be sure that GVfs won't cause automounting of them. Can you please file
a bug report for GVfs with info about your configuration?

I won't tell you how you should write the systemd unit, however, I have
some tips what more you can do. You can also try to use different mount
paths. More-or-less only mounts in /media, $HOME, and /run/media/$USER are
handled, so path change may have same effect as x-gvfs-hide. Or you can
probably set also custom udev rules. See the following document:

2016-09-19 23:01 GMT+02:00 Bjørn Forsman <bjorn.fors...@gmail.com>:

> On 19 September 2016 at 18:17, Bjørn Forsman <bjorn.fors...@gmail.com>
> wrote:
> > Hi Ondrej,
> >
> > On 19 September 2016 at 16:26, Ondrej Holy <oh...@redhat.com> wrote:
> >> [...]
> >> So you can:
> >> - hide those mounts from UI e.g. using "x-gvfs-hide" mount option, or
> >> - disable automounting at all by "org.gnome.desktop.media-handling
> >> automount" gsettings property.
> >>
> >> Does it fulfill your needs?
> >
> > Yes, that first option works perfect. Thank you!
> New problem. I need better control over error handling, specifically
> I'd need to have RestartSec= and Restart= in the .mount unit. The
> problem is that those options are not available in /etc/fstab
> (systemd-fstab-generator only parses few select "systemd" options). So
> I decided to try using native systemd unit for the autofs + sshfs
> mounts. Now where do I put the "x-gvfs-hide" mount option? I mean, I
> still have that option in the systemd .mount unit, but it has no
> effect. (And .automount units have no "Option=" directive.)
> I'm stuck.
> Best regards,
> Bjørn Forsman


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