Initializes daemons at each system restart.
The /etc/rc.tcpip file is a shell script that, when executed, uses SRC commands to initialize selected daemons. The rc.tcpip shell script is automatically executed with each system restart. It can also be executed at any time from the command line.
Most of the daemons that can be initialized by the rc.tcpip file are specific to TCP/IP. These daemons are:
Note: Running the gated and routed daemons at the same time on a host may cause unpredictable results.
There are also daemons specific to the base operating system or to other applications that can be started through the rc.tcpip file. These daemons are:
The syslogd daemon is started by default.
#Start up syslog daemon (for err or and event logging) start /usr/sbin/syslogd "$src_running"
#Start up print daemon start /usr/sbin/lpd "$src_running"
#Start up routing daemon (only s tart ONE) start /usr/sbin/routed "$src_running" -g #start /usr/sbin/gated "$src_running"
This file is part of TCP/IP in Network Support Facilities in Base Operating System (BOS) Runtime.
The startsrc command, stopsrc command.
The gated daemon, inetd daemon, lpd daemon, named daemon, portmap daemon, routed daemon, rwhod daemon, sendmail daemon, syslogd daemon, timed daemon.
Naming in AIX 5L Version 5.1 System Management Guide: Communications and Networks.
Installation and Configuration for TCP/IP in AIX 5L Version 5.1 System Management Guide: Communications and Networks.