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Updated: Thursday, June 13, 2019
 
 

sock2path.d(5)

Name

sock2path.d - socket mapping file that maps sockets to transport providers

Synopsis

/etc/sock2path.d

Description

/etc/sock2path.d is a directory containing files with mappings between the socket(3C) call parameters and the transport provider driver. The mapping file format is described in the soconfig(8) manual page.

The mappings in the sock2path.d directory are configured by the soconfig utility at boot. The mappings are available to applications once the service management facility, smf(7), reaches the single-user milestone:

svc:/milestone/single-user:default

Examples

Example 1 An Example of a Mapping File

The following is an example of a mapping file:


# Family    Type    Protocol    Module | Path 
     2       2         0          tcp 
     2       2         6          tcp 
     26      2         0          tcp 
     26      2         6          tcp 
     2       1         0          udp
     2       1        17          udp
    26       1         0          udp
    26       1        17          udp
     1       2         0          /dev/ticotsord
     1       6         0          /dev/ticotsord
     1       1         0          /dev/ticlts
     2       4         0          icmp
    26       4         0          icmp
    24       4         0          rts
    27       4         2          /dev/keysock

See Also

socket(3C), smf(7), init(8), soconfig(8)