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Where are the rc files in AIX??

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I am not very familiar with AIX.  I can't seem to find the run control files.  I am used to Linux, where they are in /etc/rc.d.

Specifically, I have a sendmail server starting when the system boots, and I would not like it to start when the system reboots.  I am not sure how it is being started though.

Thanks.
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by:ahoffmann
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which AIX version?
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by:yuzh
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have a look at: /etc/rc
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by:barthalamu
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AIX version 4.3.3

/etc/rc does not tell me a whole lot.  Am I missing something?
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by:bira
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Hi
   In AIX, this kind of entries use to be in
   /etc/inittab

  Edit it and search for the sendmail.

  If it is there, you can comment it by placing  a  ;
  in the first position, or delete the line.
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ok, have a look at the following file:/etc/rc.tcpip
if you see soemthing like the following line:
start /usr/lib/sendmail "$src_running" "-bd -q${qpi}"

command it out.
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by:barthalamu
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Got it.  Thanks for your help.
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