Very bad performance when copying large files from windows to samba-share
ulf.bertilsson at adcomdata.no
Wed Jul 3 23:44:01 GMT 2002
> Maybe someone could take a look at this ?
> On Tue, 25 Jun 2002 22:13:34 +0200
> Lars Heineken <Lars.Heineken at gmx.de> wrote:
> > Let me summarize what we have:
> > -Win98 doing a write request to the last byte of the file
> to be copied
> > -My machine creates a tempfile of that size and if that
> takes too long we get a timeout
> > -> My questions: What is samba doing if strict allocate is
> set to "no", is it ignoring the write request ?
> > Does it pass the write request on to the
> system, and the kernel creates the tempfile ?
> > What can I do to check who's fault the
> creation of the tempfile is ?
Do samba always create this temp file and what is it contence ?
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