Is it ok to have nested directories managed by autofs?
On my Debian 8 machine, I have
/etc/auto.zfs like this:
repo -fstype=nfs,rw 192.168.0.2:/repo
/etc/auto.nfs like this:
foo -fstype=nfs,rw 192.168.0.3:/foo
My /etc/auto.master.d/nfs.autofs then references these files like this:
/nfs/zfs /etc/auto.zfs /nfs /etc/auto.nfs
Is this supposed to work? Any caveat?
My main fear is that autofs somehow completely remove
/nfs/zfs automatically at some point.