Salutation and samba optimization question
rszczesniak at mis.com.pl
Fri Sep 22 15:49:40 GMT 2000
Kai Blin <k.blin at gmx.net>
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Temat: Re: Salutation and samba optimization question
On Wed, Sep 20, 2000 at 03:28:57PM -0500, Arjona, Ariel wrote:
> First of all, hello to all in this mailing list. My first time here :)
Congratulations and welcome :)
> Could someone point e to documents explaining how to optimize samba's
> performance? I'm looking for long periods of operating time (forever
> be fine, thank you :P), not necessarily speed.
You just mean uptime? I have had more than 3 month no problems uptime with
samba so far, an that was only terminated by power failure of the whole
My best uptime is 10 months,so far. It would be longer, but I had to do
system shutdown and replace some hardware. Samba 2.0.7 runs there
as file/print server and domain logon server.
If nothing change, soon, uptime will reach 1 year !
> I'm running SuSE6.4 with no other services than samba, proftpd and inetd
> (telnet is the only thing I use it for. I plan to use SSH soon).
You should do that, yes.
> I will connect to an NT Domain and share some folders with info I
> via FTP from the Internet. The connecting clients are almost surely only
> and W2K boxes.
> My version of samba is 2.0.6-48. BTW, Is there any strong reason for me
> upgrade to the latest version?
IMHO you'll need samba TNG for Win2k clients.
Have a look at the FAQ at:
(or a mirror near your place)
Kai Blin, Sysop
University of Tuebingen
dept. of immunology
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