inetd and Solaris
Paul L. Lussier
plussier at BayNetworks.COM
Thu Oct 1 17:10:41 GMT 1998
In a message dated: Fri, 02 Oct 1998 00:08:03 +1000
Peter Polkinghorne said:
>Should Solaris users be discouraged from using inetd to start smbd?
>BTW I am aware of the -r option to inetd.
I wouldn't do it just because of the problems you're experiencing. Samba
is one of those daemons that a lot of people are likely to hit
simultaneously, and in great quantities. Why start many instances of smbd
and nmbd when only 1 of each will do. Write a small startup script for it
in /etc/rc2.d and let it start at boot time.
Just my $.02
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