When my SLES10, SP2, OES2, SP1 server reboots, I see the following in my /var/log/messages:

Apr 7 06:12:54 server afptcpd[8022]: [status] Number of Volumes mounted - 2
Apr 7 06:12:54 server afptcpd[8022]: [debug] 0 SYS
Apr 7 06:12:54 server afptcpd[8022]: [debug] 1 _ADMIN

The trouble is that I have three other volumes that must be mounted, because when I restart just afptcpd I can see them:

Apr 7 06:14:47 server afptcpd[12935]: [status] Number of Volumes mounted - 5
Apr 7 06:14:47 server afptcpd[12935]: [debug] 0 SYS
Apr 7 06:14:47 server afptcpd[12935]: [debug] 1 _ADMIN
Apr 7 06:14:47 server afptcpd[12935]: [debug] 2 VLUN5
Apr 7 06:14:47 server afptcpd[12935]: [debug] 3 VLUN8
Apr 7 06:14:47 server afptcpd[12935]: [debug] 4 VLUN19

My question is: Is there a CLI command that I can run on my SLES server that will tell me if AFP can see the volumes?

I'm not looking for a command that tells me that afp is running. I have "rcnovell-afptcpd status". As far as I can tell, the only way to be sure if my volumes are mounted is to get on my Mac and attempt to mount the volumes.

At present, I am forced to reboot my servers weekly, due to an NCP Broadcast timeout problem. Some kind of a command that would tell me if the volumes are AFP accessible is what I need.