Port For Rpc.statd Occupied Rsync Port

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Hello,

booting starts /etc/init.d/nfslock. today, rpc.statd used port 873.

later starting xinetd finds port used and disabled rsync daemon.

So its more or less a lucky break, to boot CentOS and have rsync running?

In /etc/rc3.d is S14nfslock S56xinetd

so by design xinetd starts always after nfslock!!!!

Best regards

One thought on - Port For Rpc.statd Occupied Rsync Port

  • Am 12.07.2013 um 23:47 schrieb Helmut Drodofsky :

    It is possible to set a dedicated port for lockd / statd in /etc/sysconfig/nfs.

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