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- Oracle Solaris Cluster Private IP address service daemon
The scprivipd daemon is started at system boot time. It is used to configure or unconfigure the private IP addresses that are assigned on zone boot or shutdown or as a result of scconf operations.
The scprivipd daemon has no direct stdin, stdout, or stderr connection to the outside. All diagnostic messages are logged through the syslog function.
The scprivipd daemon must be run in superuser mode.
The scprivipd daemon is a Service Management Facility (SMF) service and is started through SMF. Also, if the scprivipd daemon is killed by a signal, it is automatically restarted by SMF.
The SIGTERM signal can be used to kill scprivipd gracefully. Other signals should not be used to kill the daemon.
See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attributes: