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Re: Samba Performance problem
On 29.06.2010 02:26, Max León wrote:
I need a bit of advice, I have newly converted to NetBSD and I'm loving
it but there are a few things that keep me on my toes.
I have had Linux (centos) for quite some time as the core os my home
network, and I recently migrated to NetBSD 5.0.2, I set everything up
and works great, all but SAMBA.
I have to say that is quite slow, sluggish actually.
I have setup (just in case).
socket options = TCP_NODELAY
SO_SNDBUF and SO_SNDBUF to 8192
and even tried with read and wire raw, but it still crawls.
Can anyone give me some pointers?
Is it samba specific, or a more general problem?
For network performance testing, I would try a few runs of ttcp
(benchmarks/ttcp under pkgsrc) between the hosts, and see if it can be
reproduced at network (rather than SMB) level.
In case the other host is Windows, there should be a Windows version of
It will return the output when finished.
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