I am using Ubuntu 11.04, on which NFS paths are automounted using AutoFS/LDAP. For example,
/path2 are auto mounted, but I want to disable automount for
/path1, because I want to use a local folder instead, so I added this to
But it doesn't seem to have any effect. So what is the proper way of overriding/disabling such specific mounts on client side for a automount map loaded via LDAP?
I don't have control over the LDAP server, and it automounts 10 or so paths out of which I want one disabled.
When I run
mount command I see something like this
home.xxx.com:/home1 on /mnt/home1 type nfs git.xxx.com:/git on /mnt/git type nfs
I thought /mnt/home1 and /mnt/git are loaded separately from ldap, but
automount -m shows only one entry
Mount point: /mnt source(s): type: ldap map: ldap:ou=auto.mnt,ou=automount,dc=xxx,dc=com
That said wouldn't
/mnt/git -null' in/etc/auto.master` work, or I will have to make whole /mnt null?