AUTOFS(4) File Formats and Configurations AUTOFS(4)

NAME


autofs - automount configuration properties

DESCRIPTION


The behavior of the automount(1M) command and the automountd(1M) daemon is
controlled by property values that are stored in the Service Management
Facility, smf(5). The sharectl(1M) command should be used to query or
change values for these properties.

Changes made to autofs property values on an automount or automountd
command line override the values set using sharectl(1M).

The following list describes the properties:

timeout=num
Specifies a duration, in seconds, that a file system is to remain
mounted when not in use. The default value is 600 (10 minutes).
Equivalent to the -t option in automount.

automount_verbose=true|false
Verbose mode. Causes you to be notified of non-critical events,
such as autofs mounts and unmounts. The default value is false.
Equivalent to the -v option in automount.

automountd_verbose=true|false
Verbose mode. Causes status messages to be logged to the
svc:/system/filesystem/autofs:default log file. The default value
is false. Equivalent to the -v option in automountd.

nobrowse=true|false
Turn on or off browsing for all autofs mount points. The default
value is false. Equivalent to the -n option in automountd.

trace=num
Expands each RPC call and logs it to
svc:/system/filesystem/autofs:default log file. The default value,
0, turns off such tracing. Starting with 1, with each higher
value, the verbosity of trace output increases.

environment=name=value[,name=value]...
Specifies a comma separated list of environment variables. If an
environment variable has more than one value, those values should
be separated with a comma, preceded by a backslash as an escape
character ("\,"). For example:

VAR1=val1,VAR2=val2\,val3

SEE ALSO


automount(1M), automountd(1M), sharectl(1M), smf(5)

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