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I have Solaris machine ( Solaris installed on Netra-T2000 HW , Solaris version – 5.10 )

I write the script - update_after_solaris_already_boot.ksh

This script will update automatically some files/configuration after Solaris completely finished the boot process

My question where or on which file I need to locate my script - update_after_solaris_already_boot.ksh ,

in order to run my script only after Solaris is up ( after boot )

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put the script in /etc/init.d then ln -s /etc/init.d/<filename> /etc/rc3.d/S<XX><filename> where XX is between 01-99. S99 will be the last script run during boot.

for more info or search system V boot in google

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