How to configure start up services/processes in Solaris 10?


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Oracle How to configure start up services/processes in Solaris 10?

I normally use "chkconfig" to configure start up services in a particular run level.....

But i don't know how to do it in solaris 10.... please help me !!!
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I normally use "chkconfig" to configure start up services in a particular run level.....

But i don't know how to do it in solaris 10.... please help me !!!
You can still use /etc/rc*.d scripts; they're still supported and work perfectly fine.

Services controlled by rc scripts show up as "legacy run" when you run svcs command.

If you want to make use of the more robust SMF you'll have to write a service manifest, which is just an XML file. There should be plenty of templates around the web.

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