Samba 2.2.3a on Solaris 8

Tony Jago T.Jago at
Thu Apr 25 20:45:01 GMT 2002

 Has there been any progress on this problem? If there is anybody looking
 into this fault can you please shoot me an e-mail.



Tony Jago, System Administrator,        E-Mail: T.Jago at
Server and Security Group,               Phone: +61 7 33654078
Information Technology Services,           Fax: +61 7 33654065
The University of Queensland.  Brisbane, Australia. 4072.

On Mon, 22 Apr 2002, David Collier-Brown wrote:

> David Lee wrote:
> > In other words, perverse though it may at first seem, might Solaris sites
> > be seeing this problem because Solaris is a _good_ OS, capable of being
> > pushed to such limits?  (Have other OSes stumbled on the lower slopes of
> > the load mountain?)
> 	Formally, this is a bottleneck problem, caused
> 	by the slow parts of the system not being up to
> 	the standards of the rest.
> 	Depending on hat worn, you can make it a compliment
> 	(most of the system is fast) or and insult (part
> 	of the system is slow). I'll leave that to the
> 	interested paries
>  	As an engineer, I'd prefer it not happen at all if
> 	I can't fix it, and for it to be a Sun bug if I can.
> 	My initial thought is it's partially die to a locking
> 	bottleneck and partly due to the algorithm using
> 	the lock being unbounded-time.
> --dave
> For RTTL background, see
> and Ostroff, J.S. "Temporal Logic for Real-Time Systems".
> -- 
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