how can system identify run level at boot time?
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Answer / rama krishna
by seeing into /etc/inittabfile at boot time
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Answer / kabilan
During the booting time kernel will read the /etc/inittab
file for confirming the run level
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Answer / parameswar
After initialization of kernal it self next init phase
starts. Here kernal reads init level from /etc/inittab file.
in solaris 9 but in solaris 10 svc.startd deamon starts
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Answer / suresh
check it /etc/inittab file,default is run level 3
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Answer / danasekaran.r
With this command u comes to know the run level.
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