Due to security concerns, you may want to disable RPC-related services on all network devices and services. This article answers the question on whether IMSVA can work properly when rpcbind service and nfslock service (RPC-related services) are disabled.
IMSVA can work properly even when rpcbind and nfslock services are disabled. There are no features in IMSVA that rely on these two services.
On IMSVA, you may use the following steps if you wish to disable these two services:
- Use PuTTY or other SSH tools to connect to IMSVA console with root credential.
- Run the following command lines:
chkconfig rpcbind off
chkconfig nfslock off