System Administration Guide: Network Services

Using the /etc/default/autofs File to Configure Your autofs Environment

Starting in the Solaris 10 release, you can use the /etc/default/autofs file to configure your autofs environment. Specifically, this file provides an additional way to configure your autofs commands and autofs daemons. The same specifications you would make on the command line can be made in this configuration file. You can make your specifications by providing values to keywords. For more information, refer to /etc/default/autofs File.

The following procedure shows you how to use the /etc/default/autofs file.