1. Clean up old snaps
# snap -r

2. Unmount all NFS and autofs entries that you see in the ‘mount’
output
for the related mount points

3. Create a testcase directory
# mkdir /tmp/testcase

4. Stop automountd
– With ‘stopsrc’ command Page 6 of 11
# stopsrc -s automountd
– If ‘ps -ef’ still shows automountd running, you’ll need to kill it

5. Set up syslogd to capture *.debug messages
– Add following entry to /etc/syslog.conf
*.debug /tmp/testcase/syslog.out
– Touch out file so that it exists
# touch /tmp/testcase/syslog.out
– Refresh syslogd
# refresh -s syslogd

6. Start automountd by running ‘automount’ command
# /usr/sbin/automount

7. Verify that there are autofs entries in mount table for the mounts
# mount | grep autofs Page 7 of 11

8. Stop and start automountd in debug mode
# stopsrc -s automountd
# automountd -v -d -d -d -d -d > /tmp/testcase/autod.out 2>&1 &

9. Start iptrace
# startsrc -s iptrace -a “-a -d -b
/tmp/testcase/iptrace.bin”

10. Quickly attempt to access autofs mount points
# cd

wait about a minute..

11. Stop iptrace
# stopsrc -s iptrace Page 8 of 11

12. Collect all and compress the file
# snap -gtnfkiSLNd

13. Upload the output to IBM using either method below:
Standard HTTP Upload: http://www.ecurep.ibm.com/app/upload
Secure Upload via HTTPS: https://www.ecurep.ibm.com/app/upload

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