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can i know what is the command to create auto mount point in my unix server? is there any directory which i have to go?
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Here's what I found for Linux:
http://www.faqs.org/docs/Linux-mini/Automount.html
Might be applicable to you, too.

I'm guessing you're trying to mount directories
that are NFS'd?
 

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