Find which package a file belongs to on Solaris

pkgchk -l -p <full path to the file>
Find which package a file belongs to on Solaris along with it's packaging system metadata.
Sample Output
# pkgchk -l -p /etc/release
Pathname: /etc/release
Type: regular file
Expected mode: 0444
Expected owner: root
Expected group: sys
Expected file size (bytes): 239
Expected sum(1) of contents: 15337
Expected last modification: Mar 31 05:44:28 2009
Referenced by the following packages:
        SUNWsolnm
Current status: installed

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By: sengork
2009-07-04 08:22:11

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