HALT(8) System Manager's Manual HALT(8)
halt - stop the processor
/usr/etc/halt [ -nqy ]
halt writes out any information pending to the disks and then stops the
halt normally logs the system shutdown to the system log daemon, sys-
logd(8), and places a shutdown record in the login accounting file
/var/adm/wtmp. These actions are inhibited if the -n or -q options are
-n Prevent the sync before stopping.
-q Do a quick halt. No graceful shutdown is attempted.
-y Halt the system, even from a dialup terminal.
/var/adm/wtmp login accounting file
reboot(8), shutdown(8), syslogd(8)
9 September 1987 HALT(8)