Second day on this, so I'm definitely doing something wrong.
Can mount a spare drive to user's home subdirectory mount point, with correct permissions for user to use it. Doing that with just simple mount [device] [mountpoint] Device is ext4 logical volume, which fscks clean.
If I tell automount/autofs do it, it's not usable at all. The subdirectory is created, but owned and only accessible by root. The automount itself fails with:
...wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock on /dev/xvdi, missing codepage or helper program, or other error. mount(ext2): failed to mount /dev/xvdi (type ext4) on....
The current automap options I'm using are:
I've tried many - fstype=ext4, ext2, with an without ids and modes, and without any options.
I'm also using udev rules, because this drive is not always connected:
KERNEL="xvdi", OWNER="user", GROUP="user", MODE="0770"
Does anyone have something similar working? Is there something easier than autofs, which is not systemd based?