Each line in a master map has the syntax:
mount-point map [mount-options]where mount-point is the full pathname of a directory on which resources will be mounted; map is the name of the map that lists the resources to be mounted and their locations; and mount-options is a comma-separated list of options that regulates the mounting of the entries mentioned in the map (unless the map entries list other options).
The options that can be specified for mount-options are the same options that can be specified with the mount command, except for fg and bg. See the mount(NADM) manual page for information.
The mount-point can be any mount point you have created for a remote mount.
If the master map has an entry that references a direct map, mount-point should be /-. This tells the automounter to mount the entries in a direct map on the mount point(s) specified in that map (the location field in a direct map contains a full pathname).
See ``Example: master map'' for the contents of a sample master map.
A sample master map is as follows:
#Mount-point Map Mount-options /usr/reports /etc/reportmap -rw,intr,secure /usr/man /etc/libmap -ro /- /etc/direct.map -ro,intrThe second entry (third line) tells the automounter to look in the indirect map /etc/libmap and to mount everything listed there on /usr/man on the local system. This entry also tells the automounter to mount resources on /usr/man read-only; however, if the indirect map /etc/libmap indicates that a resource should be mounted read-write, it will be mounted read-write because it overrides the master map options.