lsmbstartup - Start the Logical Storage Manager (LSM) during system reboot.
The lsmbstartup script is called during the system reboot by having an entry such as the following in the /etc/inittab file:
lsm:23:wait:/sbin/lsmbstartup < /dev/console > /dev/console 2>&1 fs:23:wait:/sbin/bcheckrc < /dev/console > /dev/console 2>&1
The entry for
/sbin/bcheckrc. Before LSM can
be started the root file system should be writable.
on the root file system and
mounts the root file system writable. LSM startup scripts are called from
to enable all LSM volumes. Any mirrored volumes which
have stale plexes will be recovered in the background.
inittab(4), vold(8), volintro(8), voliod(8)