lsmbstartup - Starts the Logical Storage Manager (LSM) during system reboot
When LSM initially starts, it automatically adds the following lines in the
/etc/inittab file, which ensure that the lsmbstartup script is called dur-
ing a system reboot:
lsm:23:wait:/sbin/lsmbstartup -n </dev/console>/dev/console 2>&1
fs:23:wait:/sbin/bcheckrc </dev/console>/dev/console 2>&1
The entry for /sbin/lsmbstartup must precede the entry for /sbin/bcheckrc.
LSM can be started only after the root file system is writable, so the
lsmbstartup script first runs fsck -p on the root file system (if non-
AdvFS) and mounts the root file system writable. LSM startup scripts are
then called to enable all LSM volumes. Any mirrored volumes that have
stale plexes are recovered in the background.
inittab(4), vold(8), volintro(8), voliod(8)