141Lab 12:IMF and AMFA–135In this exercise, you examine the default configuration and status for IMF and AMF on the west cluster.1From sym1:terminal1, navigate to the /etc/sysconfigdirectory and display the amffile. How is AMF set for system startup and shutdown?Note:These files are identical by default on both systems and should be kept that way unless advised otherwise by Symantec Support. It is not necessary to check on both system unless directed otherwise.2Navigate to the /etcdirectory and display the amftabfile.3Use the servicecommand to check the status of AMF on both systems.Note:Status is important on both cluster nodes in a production environment. However, for this exercise, you will check the status on only one node.End of Solution4Use the haimfconfig -displaycommand to show which agents are enabled (by default) for IMF.5Use the hares -list MonitorMethod=IMFcommand to show which resources are being monitored using IMF.6Confirm that the appsgis online on sym1.Exercise 3: (Optional) Examining the IMF default configurationsym1Copyright © 2012 Symantec Corporation. All rights reserved.