Disabling the Logical Domains Manager does not stop any running domains, but does disable the ability to create a new domains, change the configuration of existing domains, or monitor the state of the domains.
Caution - If you disable the Logical Domains Manager, this action disables some services, such as error reporting and power management. In the case of error reporting, if you are in the factory-default configuration, you can reboot the control domain to restore error reporting. However, you cannot re-enable power management. In addition, some system management or monitoring tools rely on the Logical Domains Manager.
primary# svcadm disable ldmd