I'm trying to centralize home directories for my users. We're not at the point to implement ldap just yet, but let's say I want all my users' home directories mounted off an NFS server. I got it all working, autofs that is, but I have one minor problem.
If Sally logs in, her home directory is mounted under /export/sally. If she runs
ls /export/sam it'll "mount" /export/sam, but she can't read or write to it. It still shows up as a mount point if she runs df -h because she attempted to mount it via autofs. Is there a way to restrict this?
* -fstype=nfs,rw,nosuid,soft nfsserver:/export/&