Re: Why is SunRPC open
Date: 30 Dec 2004 06:11:08 -0800
> I did a netstat on my system which was mostly unsurprising except for
> fact that it was listening on 0.0.0.0:111. A bit of Googling tells me
> this is SunRPC and might be associated with NIS/ypbind (which I did
> at one point but no longer use). Anyone any thoughts on what this
> or how I go about finding what's listening on this port?
$ man rpcinfo
$ rpcinfo -p
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