Note I am experiencing the same behaviour - automounter tends to stick with the old maps
for quite a long time after I change them in AD.
Not sure if it is bug in SSSD though - probably not, as 'automount -m' shows maps
I mean, eventually automounter does what is expected (i.e. relocate to the new mount), but
it just takes quite a long time.
I did this way back when because machines were hanging onto old maps
for a really long time after I changed them (usually when moving home
directories around). Might this have something to do with the issue?
I don't think so, even if the cache was expired, then we should try to fetch the maps,
but on failure to do so, we should fall back to the cache.
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