Mounts to Windows 7 and "out of memory" or "insufficient server resources"
shirishpargaonkar at gmail.com
Wed Sep 28 03:30:56 MDT 2011
On Tue, Sep 27, 2011 at 4:36 PM, Steve French <smfrench at gmail.com> wrote:
> FYI - The cifs async write in 3.0 seems to exacerbate problems running
> out of memory (apparently) on the Windows 7 system (running as a
> server) after a large file copy to the server completes. I have been
> able to reproduce the same problem on Windows Vista Service Pack 2
> (which is a good news/bad news story since my earlier testing on
> Windows Vista showed hangs on some requests rather than returning out
> of memory). Does not seem to be a problem with any of the Windows
> server versions just Windows 7 and Vista so far
If this is a problem with Windows Vista and Windows 7, it is likely
to be a problem with Windows 2008 Server as well.
Basically Windows server starting Vista perhaps?
> As Pavel noted in an earlier note, increasing MaxWorkItems to 4096 in
> the Windows registry solves this.
> The cifs async write code does increase large file copy speed
> dramatically (more than 15% in most environments) - but we are working
> through how to handle the Windows7/WindowsVista problem to see if
> there are workarounds.
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