Controls the machine boot process.
Attention: Executing the rc.boot script on a system that is already running may cause unpredictable results.
The /sbin/rc.boot file is a shell script that is called by the simple shell init and the standard init command to bring up a system. Depending upon the type of boot device, the rc.boot file configures devices and also calls the appropriate applications. Appropriate applications include:
The rc.boot program is only called by an init process.
This file is part of Base Operating System (BOS) Runtime.
|/etc/inittab||Controls the initialization process.|
|/usr/lib/boot/ssh||Calls the rc.boot file.|
Accessing a System That Will Not Boot, and Logical Volume Storage Overview in AIX Version 4.3 System Management Guide: Operating System and Devices.