svc.conf - Database service selection configuration file
The /etc/svc.conf file is a mandatory system file that allows you to select the desired services on a per database basis. The default /etc/svc.conf file has local as the service selected for each database. This file must be modified when adding or removing a naming service, such as the Network Information Service or BIND. The valid services are local, yp, and bind. Modifications to the /etc/svc.conf file can be made with an editor or the /usr/sbin/svcsetup command for database service selection. Changes take effect immediately.
NOTE: The recommended configuration is that you have local as the first entry for all databases.
White space is allowed only after commas or newlines.
You must have local as the first entry for the passwd and hosts databases.
You must have yp as the entry for the netgroup database.
The following is a sample /etc/svc.conf file: aliases=yp group=local,yp hosts=local,bind,yp netgroup=yp networks=local,yp passwd=local protocols=local,yp rpc=local,yp services=local
SECLEVEL=BSD # for backwards compatibility ONLY
Network Administration delim off