[Samba] is the compiletime option FAST_SHARE_MODES still in use?
salblt97 at student.umu.se
Mon Jul 15 20:26:05 GMT 2002
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I'm responsible for the computers and the network at our studentunion
and I have a Debian GNU/Linux server running SAMBA to share files. The
performance seems ok when compared to FTP but our bookkeeping
application has it's data as a database stored in a file on the server
and the performance for that application is terrible. Investigating this
problem I have run across the compiletime option FAST_SHARE_MODES but I
have also run across information that tells me this isn't used in
current verions of SAMBA or that it is compiled in by default.
Can anybody please tell me what is correct. And if you have any other
ideas onhow to solve my problem I would gratly appriciate them.
Computer config: Dual Celeron 300A
~ 256Mb RAM
~ 80Gb WD harddrive with 8Mb cache
100Mbit switched Ethernet (for the server)/
10Mbit switched Ethernet (for the client)
Software config: Debian GNU/Linux 3.0 (Woody)
BTW the share with the database has "oplocks" and "level2 oplocks"
turned off as they should when dealing with databases if I have
understood the documentation correctly.
~ /Samuel Blomqvist
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