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Why do I get the following error when I start up metatool?

Discovering drives and slices... hostname: RPC: Program not registered
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Did you add these lines to /etc/inetd.conf?
# rpc.metad
100229/1        tli     rpc/circuit_n   wait    root    /usr/opt/SUNWmd/sbin/rpc.metad       rpc.metad
# rpc.metamhd
100230/1        tli     rpc/circuit_n   wait    root    /usr/opt/SUNWmd/sbin/rpc.metamhd     rpc.metamhd

If you didn't add it and kill -HUP inetd
Since I dont SDS set up, I can only speculate
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