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RC.SHUTDOWN(8)          OpenBSD System Manager's Manual         RC.SHUTDOWN(8)

NAME
     /etc/rc.shutdown - command script run at system shutdown

DESCRIPTION
     When the system is administratively shut down using either the reboot(8)
     or halt(8) command, either of these programs checks for the existence of
     a /etc/rc.shutdown script to run before halting the system.  It will also
     be executed by init(8) if a keyboard-requested halt is issued (for archi-
     tectures that support this).

     The /etc/rc.shutdown script, like rc.local(8), is entirely for commands
     added by the system administrator.

SEE ALSO
     halt(8), init(8), rc(8), reboot(8)

OpenBSD 3.4                      July 20, 1999                               1

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