RPC port mapper
Portmap is a server that converts RPC (Remote Procedure Call) program
numbers into DARPA protocol port numbers. It must be running in order
to make RPC calls.
Services that use RPC include NFS and NIS.
portmap-6.0 is the first release in 10 year of portmap based on the code
from Wietse Venema.
It consolidates patches that various Linux distributions were shipping
with their versions of portmap, and add some more functionality.
This version is currently maintained by
Neil Brown <email@example.com>
and can be found at
PMAP_DUMP(8) Linux Programmer's Manual PMAP_DUMP(8)
pmap_dump - print a list of all registered RPC programs
The pmap_dump command can be used to restart a running
portmapper or to print a list of all registered RPC programs
on the local host. If you want to use the program to restart
PMAP_SET(8) Linux Programmer's Manual PMAP_SET(8)
pmap_set - set the list of registered RPC programs
The pmap_set command can be used to restart a running
portmapper or to set the list of registered RPC programs on
the local host. If you want to use the program to restart the
PORTMAP(8) BSD System Manager's Manual PORTMAP(8)
portmap — DARPA po
portmap (6.0.0-2) unstable; urgency=low
[ Anibal Monsalve Salazar ]
* Merge 6.0.0-1ubuntu1 from
Changes with release 6.0 (May 2007)
- compile and runtime selection of uid to 'setuid' to
- Init.d script:
If the RPC services are stopped after the portmapper is stopped it
will not be
This package was debianized by Anthony Towns <firstname.lastname@example.org> on
Sat, 5 Aug 2000 22:08:49 +1000.
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