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Check the permissions under NetApp.
It's features of /net automount.
It's only one time ask server about shares.
You can :
1. Go /net/<IP address of NetApp>/
and see new shared folders
2. Stop autofs ; umount all from /net ; start again autofs
3. Create separate automount map with wildcard.
Thanks for the tips.
1. Go /net/<IP address of NetApp>/ and see new shared foldersThis is the problem; I do not see the newly created shares while the old ones are still there.
2. Stop autofs ; umount all from /net ; start again autofsIt seems to be dramatic to stop autofs and unmount in order for it to pick up the changes (i.e. newly added volumes on the NFS server/NetApp filer).
autofs does not seem to have a way to refresh without restarting autofs daemon...?
It's problem not with autofs. It's problem with special wildcard /net
It's only once ask servers for available shares.
In case you have many aliases at /etc/hosts for one IP it wiil ask every undepend.
In case it temporaru case - more easy just mount new shares on separate dirs.
In case it permanent case ( you quickly create new shares) - good solutions create separate automount map.