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       rpc - RPC program number data base




       The  rpc  file  contains  user  readable  names  that  can be used in place of RPC program
       numbers.  Each line has the following information:

       name of server for the RPC program
       RPC program number

       Items are separated by any number of blanks and/or tab characters.  A  '#'  indicates  the
       beginning of a comment; characters from the '#' to the end of the line are not interpreted
       by routines which search the file.

       Here is an example of the /etc/rpc file from the Sun RPC Source distribution.
       # rpc 88/08/01 4.0 RPCSRC; from 1.12   88/02/07 SMI
       portmapper          100000    portmap sunrpc
       rstatd              100001    rstat rstat_svc rup perfmeter
       rusersd             100002    rusers
       nfs                 100003    nfsprog
       ypserv              100004    ypprog
       mountd              100005    mount showmount
       ypbind              100007
       walld               100008    rwall shutdown
       yppasswdd           100009    yppasswd
       etherstatd          100010    etherstat
       rquotad             100011    rquotaprog quota rquota
       sprayd              100012    spray
       3270_mapper         100013
       rje_mapper          100014
       selection_svc       100015    selnsvc
       database_svc        100016
       rexd                100017    rex
       alis                100018
       sched               100019
       llockmgr            100020
       nlockmgr            100021
       x25.inr             100022
       statmon             100023
       status              100024
       bootparam           100026
       ypupdated           100028    ypupdate
       keyserv             100029    keyserver
       tfsd                100037
       nsed                100038
       nsemntd             100039


              RPC program number data base




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                                            1985-09-26                                     RPC(5)