See Service States for descriptions of the states shown in these examples.Example 2-1 Listing All Enabled Services
With no options or arguments, the svcs command lists all service instances that are enabled on this system, as well as instances that are temporarily disabled.
Service instances in the disabled state in this listing will be enabled on the next boot of the system. Instances in the legacy_run state are not managed by SMF. See Configuration Files and SMF Services for more information about these legacy services. See Getting More Information About Service States if you have services in the maintenance, degraded, or offline states.
The STIME column shows the time the instance entered the listed state. If the instance entered this state more than 24 hours ago, the STIME column shows the date.
$ svcs STATE STIME FMRI legacy_run Sep_09 lrc:/etc/rc2_d/S47pppd legacy_run Sep_09 lrc:/etc/rc2_d/S81dodatadm_udaplt legacy_run Sep_09 lrc:/etc/rc2_d/S89PRESERVE disabled Sep_09 svc:/system/vbiosd:default online Sep_09 svc:/system/early-manifest-import:default online Sep_09 svc:/system/svc/restarter:default ...Example 2-2 Listing All Installed Services
To list all service instances that are installed on this system, including disabled instances that will not be enabled automatically on next boot, use the svcs -a command.
$ svcs -a
An asterisk (*) is appended to the state for service instances that are transitioning from the listed state to another state. For example, offline* probably means the instance is still executing its start method.
A question mark (?) is displayed if the state is absent or unrecognized.Example 2-3 Listing All Instances of a Service
With a service name specified, the svcs command lists all instances of a service. See Showing Selected Service Information for information about the -o option.
$ svcs -Ho inst identity node domain