size and number of smbd processes
Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton
lkcl at switchboard.net
Fri Jul 2 01:43:55 GMT 1999
ok, it was for 1.9.15p8 - 1.9.17p10 :-)
On Thu, 1 Jul 1999, Gerald Carter wrote:
> Michael Glauche wrote:
> > but I think you cannot calculate 60x1700 = space
> > used by samba (correct me if I'm wrong) because
> > of the shared librarys and calls to fork() (which
> > uses the same code segment, and only creates a
> > new data segment)
> Normally what I use in memory calcuations is the working
> set of the process. This is available from many tools
> including top, qps, and others.
> As an aside, I'm curious. Could people forward me
> the following info?
> * Samba version your running
> * the total allocated memory per
> smbd process on average
> * the working set of memory for
> each smbd on average
> The reason I ask is because this seems to vary drastically
> between platforms. The report here was for ~1.7Mb per smbd.
> Luke has mentioned before a number of 600 - 800K for the
> working set. However, on Solaris 2.6, I daily see
> 2.5Mb for the working set for each smbd using 2.0.3.
> Gerald ( Jerry ) Carter
> Engineering Network Services Auburn University
> jerry at eng.auburn.edu http://www.eng.auburn.edu/users/cartegw
> "...a hundred billion castaways looking for a home."
> - Sting "Message in a Bottle" ( 1979 )
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