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I have a share mounted on an Oracle Solaris application server that read/writes data onto the share periodically. I have automounted it with a timeout of over several minutes but is there a way to ensure it never unmounts the share? Looking at the man pages on the Solaris box and the reference docs, it seems there is no such option unless I missed it somewhere.

On Linux, it seems automount offers such a facility - we need to set the timeout as 0, to disable unmounting of the share.

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You can display or configure SMF autofs properties by using the sharectl command. For example

  # sharectl get autofs
    timeout=600
    automount_verbose=false
    automountd_verbose=false
    nobrowse=false
    trace=0
    environment=
  # sharectl set -p timeout=200 autofs

You can check out this link for details

if you like to setup a permanent mount then why don't you use direct maps. Here is a detail link for direct autofs maps.

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