rpc.tbootparamd is a server process that monitors when clients change their state from the booting state to normal state and back.
During booting, a diskless client changes from an unlabeled to a labeled machine. When the change occurs, the client sends out an RPC broadcast message informing its server of the change. Upon receipt of the message, the rpc.tbootparamd process running on the server calls chstate() to inform the kernel of the change.
rpc.tbootparamd should be started with a uid 0 and a sensitivity label of
ADMIN_LOW; and it must inherit the
See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attributes:
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