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 $terminal these scripts start appropriate network processes and administrative daemons and enable swapping. Cpurc sets /env/boottime to the time cpurc was executed and /env/NPROC to a value suitable for parallel compilation in mk(1).
If an executable file /bin/termrc.local exists, termrc will execute it. If an executable file /cfg/$sysname/termrc exists for the machine named $sysname, termrc will execute it next. Automatic initialization of the mouse and VGA on a PC is suppressed, if the user is none. These files should be edited by local installations to reflect the configuration of their systems.
On CPU servers, read cpurc for termrc in the previous paragraph.
/cfg/$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)|