As far as I know, just a few steps are necessary to reproduce this issue:
1. Setup a simple smb server on machine a, like the one I've attached to this 
2. Create a smb user on machine a: smbpasswd -a $username
3. Enable smb in auto.master on machine b (and set the timeout to something 
small, e.g., 30 secs):
/media/smb/      program:/etc/auto.smb
4. Save the credentials on machine b: echo 
"username=$username\npassword=$password" > /etc/creds/machineb
5. Try to access the home directory from machine b:
user@machineb:~$ ls -lh /media/smb/machineb/$username
6. The smb mount is still there after more than 30 seconds

** Attachment added: "smb.conf"

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  AutoFS does not automatically umount SMB shares

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