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Solaris default processes and init.d part 2

Solaris default processes and init.d part 2

By ServerWatch Staff (Send Email)
Posted Jan 13, 2001


This article has been written to provide insight into a stock installation of Solaris 8, and the services started by default. Out of the box, Solaris 8 by runs many services. This article was written using Solaris 8, the latest version available, and a Sparcstation 20. Most of this document will apply to releases of Solaris prior to 8, and to both the Sparc and Intel architectures. For documentation purposes, a full OEM install was done. Many topics discussed will be familiar to seasoned administrators. However, this document will benefit all parties involved in the administration and security aspects of Solaris. This article has been written to provide insight into a stock installation of Solaris 8, and the services started by default. Out of the box, Solaris 8 by runs many services. This article was written using Solaris 8, the latest version available, and a Sparcstation 20. Most of this document will apply to releases of Solaris prior to 8, and to both the Sparc and Intel architectures. For documentation purposes, a full OEM install was done. Many topics discussed will be familiar to seasoned administrators. However, this document will benefit all parties involved in the administration and security aspects of Solaris.

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