This articles the directory hierarchy structure in the Solaris file systems. Just like other OS, Solaris organized into directories and directories organized into a hierarchy called a directory tree. The understanding of the directories in Solaris file system is more important.
1./bin - symbolic link to the /usr/bin directory.
2./dev – Contains logical devices names for the devices.
3./device – device related files controlled by the file system: devfs.
4./lib – Contains shared libraries such as SMF executables.
5./etc – administrative and configuration files.
6./export – Commonly used to hold user home directories.(you can define as per your wish)
7./home – Default mount point for user home directories.
8./mnt – Default mount point used to temporarily mount file systems.
9./sbin – Contains system administration command s and utilities.
10./tmp – Contains temporary files that are deleted when the system is rebooted.
11./usr – UNIX system resources, Holds OS commands and programs.