Slow write performance with Win 98 and Samba (fwd)
okuyamak at dd.iij4u.or.jp
Thu Jun 21 01:48:36 GMT 2001
>>>>> "CRH" == Christopher R Hertel <crh at nts.umn.edu> writes:
CRH> The source of the slowness is the rabbit-poop writes. What I need
CRH> to figure out is what Samba is doing to cause Windows Explorer to go into
CRH> rabbit-poop mode. Somehow we are triggering this problem.
Does this occur even when you stop delayed-ack?
I have seen this problem with Linux, but not with FreeBSD. And
biggest difference between my Linux Machine and FreeBSD machine is
that I stop delayed-ack when it connect with Windows machine, while
on Linux, we have no way to do this for kernel 2.4.2.
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