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How to update /etc/acct/holidays WITH NEW HOLIDAYS in Solaris 10?

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Received message ***UPDATE /etc/acct/holidays WITH NEW HOLIDAYS***.  What's the best way to manage this?  

My current file:
-bash-3.2$ more /etc/acct/holidays
* @(#)holidays  January 1, 2009
*
* Prime/Nonprime Table for UNIX Accounting System
*
* Curr  Prime   Non-Prime
* Year  Start   Start
*
  2012  0800    1800
*
* only the first column (month/day) is significiant.
*
* month/day     Company
*               Holiday
*
1/1             New Years Day
7/4             Indep. Day
12/25           Christmas
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As shown above, your "current year" is set to "2012"...

1) Edit that to the TRUE current year: 2015
2) Add any other holidays needed by your environment...
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Ok will do and I will let you know.  Thanks.
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