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trying to get nfslock to stop

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i'm trying to get nfslock to stop and then disable on startup.  But all I get is this with all different variations and sequences:

service nfslock stop  [FAILED]
service nfslock start  [FAILED]
service nfslock stop  [FAILED]
service nfslock stop  [FAILED]
service nfslock start  [FAILED]
service nfslock start  [FAILED]
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just use the following command to stop service to start during startup of system.
chkconfig nfslock --level 345 stop

check with pgrep nfslock | xargs killall
if nfslock is not running it solves you question.

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Thanks for your response!  

ok I tried that command and then started the system back up.  However, My firewall is still giving me this message in the security checker area;

On most servers nfslock is not needed and should be stopped and disabled from starting, as it could pose a security threat. This service is currently enabled in init and can be disabled using:
service nfslock stop
chkconfig nfslock off

Is there a way to disable it in init?  Because even after startup, i still can't run these commands to get it to stop and disable.   Even if it is disabled, something is still telling the system or firewall that it is still enabled.
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chkconfig does the same, disable service  during System startup. can you copy the paste the log from which your observing  ->  something is still telling the system or firewall that it is still enabled.

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i got it working.  Contacted Firewall devs and they got the message to go away.
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finally just used chkconfig nfslock off only and that worked
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