cpurc, cpurc.local, termrc, termrc.local – boot scripts|
After the kernel boots, it execs /boot (see boot(8)), which in
turn execs /$cputype/init. Init(8) sets the $service environment
variable to cpu or terminal, and then invokes the appropriate
rc script to bring the system up. |
Based on the values of $sysname and $terminal these scripts start appropriate network processes and administrative daemons and enable swapping. Termrc sets /env/NPROC to a value suitable for parallel compilation in mk(1).
If an executable file /bin/termrc.local exists, termrc will execute it. If an executable file /cfg/$sysname/termrc exists for the machine named $sysname, termrc will execute it next. These files should be edited by local installations to reflect the configuration of their systems.
On CPU servers, read cpurc for termrc in the previous paragraph.
/cfg/$sysname/cpurc machine–specific boot script for cpurc|
/cfg/$sysname/termrc machine–specific boot script for termrc
namespace(6), boot(8) init(8), listen(8)|