Solaris Resource Manager 1.3 System Administration Guide

Disabling Resource Capping

To disable the the resource capping daemon so that it will be stopped now and not be started when the system is booted, type :

# rcapadm -D

To disable the resource capping daemon without affecting its current running status, also specify the -n option:

# rcapadm -n -D

Note -

If killed, rcapd can leave processes in a stopped state. See kill(1). Use rcapadm -D or SIGTERM to cause rcapd to terminate properly.