2.0.6pre3 and FreeBSD 3.3-RELEASE
dan at jgl.reno.nv.us
Thu Nov 4 03:43:20 GMT 1999
This problem is fixed for Samba 2.0.5a in the FreeBSD ports with a patch
(patch-ah, dated Wed Sep 22 11:30:18 1999), but I doubt the equivalent patch
will be available for 2.0.6 until the release version is out.
** The thing I like most about Windows 98 is...
** You can download FreeBSD with it!
From: Mike Squires <mikes at sir-alan.chem.indiana.edu>
To: Multiple recipients of list SAMBA <samba at samba.org>
Date: Wednesday, November 03, 1999 4:31 PM
Subject: 2.0.6pre3 and FreeBSD 3.3-RELEASE
>2.0.6pre3 compiles and installs under FreeBSD 3.2-RELEASE; however,
>from an NT 4 SP6 workstation with domain security and only TCP_NODELAY
>as a socket option is clocking around 200K/sec for large files (65MB).
>Hardware is PPro200, single CPU kernel (never have gotten 2.0.5 or later
>to work SMP), Adaptec 2944UW/3 Quantum 9GB Atlas II wide diff drives (clock
>9MB/sec using bonnie), Intel Pro100B, full duplex 100Mbit switch between
>client (PII/400 3Com905B, 128MB RAM) and server.
>The behavior I'm seeing in xperfmon++ v3.0 suggests that there is a problem
>in syncing writes from the client to the network and from the network to
>the server, i.e., disk traffic on the host is very bursty with peaks over
>1MB/sec but with no disk traffic much of the time. The benchmark program,
>TESTNET 2.24, writes 65K blocks 1000 times sequentially to the mounted
>netstat -i shows 3 input errors in 6 million frames, 1 output error in
>100,000 frames. NFS mounts of this server clock around 3MB/sec.
>Samba logfiles show nothing, other than the usual "call_nt_transact_ioctl:
>Currently not implemented." which shows up every time 2.0.5/6 starts.
>Mike Squires, Manager
>Chemistry - Indiana University, Bloomington, IN USA
>mikes at indiana.edu
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