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Re: rump vs. smbfs

On Thu, Jul 02, 2009 at 10:44:29PM +0100, Matthias Scheler wrote:
> On 2 Jul 2009, at 22:25, Nicolas Joly wrote:
> >>
> >>Any chance to commit your directory opening patch as well?
> >
> >I'll do.
> Thank you.
> >I just want to check a few things before ...
> BTW: what read performance to do you get? I only get about
> 3.4Mb/s (the NAS device can do 11Mb/s) and process reading
> data from the SMB file-system seem to freeze up extended
> periods of time during which they are not killable.

FYI: kern/37025 from sep 2007. Not exactly a new problem.
I always wanted to rerun those measurements (mount_smbfs vs.
samba utils) but well.. time, memory etc. no good combination
of too few of all of them.

You'll see in it that writing sucks and reading sucks less
but still sucks :)


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