This script is kept in the archive and runs after the system is rebooted. The script does any final configuration after system reconfiguration.
After you install the Solaris Flash archive on a clone system, some host-specific files are deleted and are re-created for the clone machine. The installation program uses the sys-unconfig(1M) command and the sysidtool(1M) programs to delete and re-create host-specific network configuration files. The files that are re-created include, for example, /etc/hosts, /etc/defaultrouter, and /etc/defaultdomain. You can use the reboot script for any final reconfiguration.