Re: DCE - RPC Communication Breaks on Redhat 9.0

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I am trying to get some more info on this, wud send u my investigations. Meanwhile I wanted to tell u something else too. I could not see this problem when I got a fresh box of Linux, it was only after some time I see this issue. I guess somewhere some configuration is setting up which is not getting deleted. Do let me know if you have any more info on this.
Vaibhav Khanduja

"Steven J. Yellin" <yellin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
You are using the original RH9 kernel. I don't know how to deal with
the problem you've partly described, but the first thing to try is getting
all the updates, including the latest kernel, version 2.4.20-43.9.

Steven Yellin

On Sun, 26 Jun 2005, Vaibhav Khanduja wrote:

> Hi All,
> I am problems dce/rpc communication on Redhat Linux 9.0
> uname -a
> 2.4.20-8smp #1 SMP Thu Mar 13 17:45:54 EST 2003 i686 i686 i386 GNU/Linux
> cat /etc/redhat-release
> Red Hat Linux release 9 (Shrike)
> DCE rpc communication comes with a daemon rpcd, which is used to
> register rpc server interfaces running the machine. The rpcd daemon runs
> on port 135 and any external client who wants to take service of the rpc
> server contacts rpcd, gets the interfaces and port number of! rpc server
> and then sends a request. The problem which I see here is the rpc
> servers are not getting registered with rpcd i.e. because the rpc
> communication breaks. This problem immediately does not come on Redhat
> 9.0 but is observed after some and is persistent.
> Any help in this regard is realy appreciated. I have also seen a bug
> in bugzilla related to nfs rpc communication, it might be similar to
> that.
> The bugzilla link is
> Thanks,

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