Weird question. This is in relation to a customer’s requirement...so although there are probably far better ways of doing this...for the moment, I need to know how to do it this way.
I would like to set a Solaris 8 (02/02) system so the "/tmp” dir is mounted to RAM (I.E. as if it were mounted to a Windows ramdrive.) It would be acceptable to mount it directly...OR have it mount to swap (like normal) but set swap to RAM only (no hard drive access at all.)
This can be done through configuration editing, scripts during/after boot...whatever.