In previous Solaris releases, the lpsched process was automatically started at system boot time whether or not there were local printers configured on the system.
In this Solaris release, the lpadmin command automatically starts the lpsched process when local printers are added to the system and stops it when the last local printer is removed.
This change does not alter either the use of or the administration of the print subsystem from the perspective of print clients. The lpsched process is not running on systems that do not have local printers configured. This situation does not effect the ability to print nor the ability to configure new printers.