How to use autofs to mount NFS shares

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Opensource.com - https://opensource.com/article/18/6/using-autofs-mount-nfs-shares

Most Linux file systems are mounted at boot and remain mounted while the system is running. This is also true of any remote file systems that have been configured in the fstab file. However, there may be times when you prefer to have a remote file system mount only on demand—for example, to boost performance by reducing network bandwidth usage, or to hide or obfuscate certain directories for security reasons. The package autofs provides this feature.

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