I have started my processes through SMF functionality. It gets started successfully.
But when I kill my processes, it's getting restarted. But in Solaris 9 and below if I kill it will not get restarted. In Solaris 10 it should not get restarted L How can I perform the operation similar to Solaris 10 and below? Please help me in solving this issue.
SMF auto-restarts processes as long as the service is enabled. That's the whole point of SMF.
If you set up the service yourself and don't want this to happen then don't use SMF. Just use an init script in /etc/rc3.d.
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