TDB hash size
jpayne at redhat.com
Tue Sep 28 12:19:37 MDT 2010
On 09/03/2010 07:00 PM, Jeremy Allison wrote:
> On Fri, Sep 03, 2010 at 04:04:27PM -0400, Justin Payne wrote:
>> I was instructed by Simo that samba-technical@ may be a better place
>> for this discussion.
>> Sorry for the widespread distribution, but I cannot find much with
>> regard to documentation on this question. Can anyone think of any
>> issues that would arise from increasing the samba (3.0.33) printing
>> tdb hash size using the following method:
>> rm -f /var/cache/samba/printing/*
>> rm -f /var/spool/samba/*
>> cd /var/cache/samba
>> tdbbackup -s .bck -n 100000 nt*.tdb
>> mv ntprinters.tdb.bck ntprinters.tdb
>> mv ntforms.tdb.bck ntforms.tdb
>> mv ntdrivers.tdb.bck ntdrivers.tdb
>> More specifically, does anyone know of a method for calculating the
>> proper hash size required for a specific environment? The issue
>> arose by print queues not being cleared. After the hash sizes of the
>> above tdb's were increased, the problem went away.
> This is interesting. Do you have any information on why
> the print queues were not being cleared when the hash size
> was small ? Do you know what the bottleneck was ? Hopefully
> you've saved the old nt*.tdb's so you can examine this.
> It would be easy to set the default hash size for new
> db's to be 100000 (and to write code to migrate old hash
> sizes to new on startup), but I'd like to understand it first.
Sorry for taking so long to get back to this, but I have a set of the
problem nt*.tdb files now. Is there anything particular I should look for?
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