Per machine file table in Samba
sharpe at ns.aus.com
Fri Jul 17 14:05:14 GMT 1998
At 10:50 PM 7/17/98 +1000, tridge at samba.anu.edu.au wrote:
>> I was thinking of adding a per machine file table in Samba ...
>> While I can find the places where the file table is managed and dealt with,
>> can anyone suggest the routines and include files I should be looking at?
>What do you mean by a per machine file table?
>Do you realise that Samba already uses a separate process per client?
>The file table (array of open files) is not stored in the shared
>memory area and thus is already separated by client.
>Or have I misunderstood what you propose?
I am sorry, I did not explain myself very well.
At the moment, if you want to increase the number of open files that Samba
allows, you modify MAX_OPEN_FILES or some such and recompile.
I would like a command in smb.conf like:
max open files = 250
This I could put in a per client config file with %m and have different
users with different max open files ...
> - Tridge
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