after upgrade from 3.0.7 -> 3.0.14 extrem slow access from wi
ndows 2000 clients
sk at isc.tuc.gr
Tue Jul 19 08:20:26 GMT 2005
Torsten Kalix wrote:
> Hmmm,,, freezing -- did you try to dis-able op-locks on the samba
> server? We have got a similar problem once and again deleting files.
I'll try that as soon as the clients get idle, but this isn't really an
I don't understand either why the roaming profiles are not working
(again only from w2k). The only note on this I could find was related to
a SP2 problem... and I have of course installed all SPs
> -- Torsten.
> Stefanos Karasavvidis wrote:
>> Hello list,
>> sorry for crossposting but there was no feedback from the samba list and
>> tomorrow (Monday) everything has to work...
>> A samba server serves the home directories for about 100 Windows 2000
>> We had samba 3.0.7 (on debian woody, kernel 2.6.7) installed, and
>> to 3.0.14a (we
>> used the sernet packages on debian sarge, kernel 2.6.8).
>> Now access to files from windows 2000 clients is extremely slow,
>> on .exe files. Simply selecting a exe file from windows explorer may
>> it for 2-10 seconds. Other file types are not affected that much,
>> their access is slow, too.
>> We have also some XP workstations, and they work just fine!
>> I have disabled antivirus on the clients with no change, although this
>> seemed for me to be the root cause.
>> As a side note, roaming profiles do not work either on windows 2000,
>> on winXP there is no problem! I saw a description of this problem but
>> affected SP2 on windows 2000, and it did require to disable acl
>> support for
>> the profile share (no go for this)..
>> Our windows clients have all service packs and hotfixes installed.
>> Stefanos Karasavvidis
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