System Administration Guide
Appendix D, Using the crash(ADM) diagnostic tool

Using nm(CP) to find kernel component

Using nm(CP) to find kernel component

If the SCO OpenServer Development System software is installed on your machine, you can use nm(CP) instead of string(M) to extract this information. Use a shell script like the following to determine the file name that contains the routine, then proceed with steps 3-5 as shown in ``Using strings(C) to find kernel component''.

   # for i in `find /etc/conf -name '*.o' -print`
   > do
   > nm $i 2 > /dev/null | grep sioopen > /dev/null && echo $i
   > done