Originally Posted by shipon_97
tcp 0 0 0.0.0.0:111 0.0.0.0:* LISTEN
I can say that, portmapper service is running.
But brother, I can't say which port is used by xinetd and nfsd.
It is totally depend upon server configuration.
So check configuration file of xinetd and nfsd, init-script and /etc/sysconfig files of servers,
to find out which port is used by servers.
By reading your first post, what I understand is:
Previously xinetd and nfsd servers was running and suddenly you are not able to start servers.
So Just to find out the problem,
Add this line into /etc/rsyslogd.conf
Run your system in SELinux permissive mode.
# setenforce 0
After that restart rsyslogd, xinetd and nfsd server.
Check logs at virtual console tty12,
Then check output of
# netstat -tan
# showmount -e
# rpcinfo -p
Also check /etc/hosts.allow and /etc/hosts.deny, /etc/services files.
If nfsd port no entry is not present in /etc/services then we can't start nfsd.
And check /etc/exports files.