[CentOS] automounter with users home directories on centos 7.

Wed Sep 9 20:31:55 UTC 2015
Jason Welsh <jason.welsh at mercurygate.com>

Has anyone gotten this to work? Im studing for my rhce and was trying to 
get this to work and its just not working like it shows in the book im 
going by.
So basically I have two centos 7 servers running under kvm.. One is the 
nfs server, one is the nfs client.. I have been mounting up other NFS 
shares on the client and they work fine.. The automounter also seems to 
mount direct mounts fine as well.. But when I try to do home 
directories, it just doesnt work..
on my server (named server1), Im exporting /home as
/home    server2(rw,sync,no_root_squash)

on my client, ive got
[root at server2 ~]# grep home /etc/auto.master
/home    /etc/auto.home --timeout=120
[root at server2 ~]# cat /etc/auto.home
*    -rw,soft,intr    server1:/home/&
[root at server2 ~]#

and on server1, ive got the selinux enabled, but have the following 
booleans set.
[root at server1 ~]# getsebool -a | grep nfs_
nfs_export_all_ro --> on
nfs_export_all_rw --> on
use_nfs_home_dirs --> on
[root at server1 ~]#

so when I try to switch to my user on server2 (client), I get
[root at server2 ~]# su - user1
Last login: Wed Sep  9 16:25:27 EDT 2015 on pts/0
su: warning: cannot change directory to /home/user1: No such file or 

and theres nothing in the logs that I can find as to why the automount  
isnt working..
[root at server2 ~]# showmount -e server1
Export list for server1:
/home     server2

I generated a log (on both server) with sealert, but it shows
found 0 alerts in /var/log/audit/audit.log

any ideas?