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Does AIX use /etc/defaultdomain for NIS?

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/etc/defaultdomain is used in Solaris.  What file does AIX use for NIS?

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Um, esit /etc/rc.nfs perhaps?

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esit -> edit

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Just to clarify Glenn's comment:

In /etc/rc.nfs you will find an entry like

if [ -x /usr/bin/domainname ]; then
  /usr/bin/domainname mountain
fi

Replace 'mountain' with your domain.
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