My original question was this:
: How do i get rid off the annoying message at the console:
: "rpc.statd: cannot talk to statd : at 'host'"
: where "host" is the name of the turned off host. In the /etc/sm/ and
: /etc/sm.bak/ you can find files with the names of the hosts also. So I
: wonder how do I get rid of these messages? Do I have to restart statd
: or something ???
: /Thanks for help
The solution was this:
1 - remove the files under /etc/sm/hostname and /etc/sm.bak/hostname
2 - kill and restart the daemon /usr/etc/rpc.statd
( I put it in a script and run it in crontab once a week! )
Some of the answers said it would just be enough to remove the entries under
the /etc/sm* -directories, however this was NOT sufficient! (Should have been?)
Great thanks to all that have answered!
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