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  • Purpose of RPC program numbers

    Whats the purpose of the following RPC program numbers:
    100249
    300598
    805306368

    Why the above program numbers were not listed in /etc/rpc file?
    Is it dynamically assigned?
    These program numbers doesnt persist after rebooting the system. If any of the service is using this program number then why the service name is not getting populated in rpcinfo -s output?

    server1:/# rpcinfo -s
    program version(s) netid(s) service owner
    100000 2,3,4 udp,tcp,ticlts,ticotsord,ticots rpcbind superuser
    100099 4 ticotsord - superuser
    100169 1 ticots,ticotsord,ticlts - superuser
    100229 2,1 tcp metad superuser
    100068 5,4,3,2 ticlts - superuser
    100155 1 ticotsord smserverd superuser
    300598 1 ticots,ticotsord,ticlts,tcp,udp - superuser
    100249 1 ticots,ticotsord,ticlts,tcp,udp - superuser
    805306368 1 ticots,ticotsord,ticlts,tcp,udp - superuser

    Rgrds,
    Ram.

  • #2
    They are set, and according to "man -s 4 rpc" they can be stored in many different naming systems ...

    One guy has posted this resource on the net:

    ftp://ftp.tau.ac.il/pub/users/eilon/rpc/

    where he's put together all rpc numbers he could find.

    not sure if it helps, but there you go

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    • #3
      Originally posted by jadrevenge View Post
      They are set, and according to "man -s 4 rpc" they can be stored in many different naming systems ...

      One guy has posted this resource on the net:

      ftp://ftp.tau.ac.il/pub/users/eilon/rpc/

      where he's put together all rpc numbers he could find.

      not sure if it helps, but there you go

      Thanks you Guru. it helped me a lot.

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