/sbin/kloadsrv [-f] [-d debug-level] [-log logfile] [-p kernel-package-name] [kernel-object-filename]
The kloadsrv command is the kernel load server responsible for loading kernel modules into the kernel. It is typically started during system startup. If you omit the kernel-object-filename from the startup command line, the kloadsrv daemon uses the running kernel.
During its initialization, kloadsrv builds a list of kernel symbols that device drivers can use. Moving or overwriting the kernel object file in single user mode can cause this list of symbols to contain inaccurate addresses. The addresses in the list reflect the addresses in the new kernel, rather than the addresses in the booted kernel.
Each symbol exported by the kernel belongs to the kernel package. This package is named kernel, unless you use the -p flag.
Once kloadsrv has successfully initialized itself, it puts itself into the background and enters its server loop, where it waits to receive and respond to load requests, unload requests, and query requests. If you specify the -f flag, the command remains in the foreground.
Commands: cfgmgr(8), sysconfig(8), sysconfigdb(8) delim off