[Samba] inetd & etc
skennedy at tpno.org
Fri Jan 9 19:04:04 GMT 2004
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1) When you run samba under inetd, samba has to be loaded everytime
inetd hands off a connection. Tons of overhead using this method. When
it runs as a stand alone daemon, it never unloads itself.
2) Gremlins. Probably from the last solar eclipse, no wait! From the
last solar flare. Cover the server in tin foil and it should fix the
problem. ( Note: More details are needed before any diagnostic
attempts are made )
Judy Lin wrote:
> I know that it is recommended to run smbd as a standalone daemon and to
>avoid inetd. Can you please tell me why inetd is discouraged and what
>problems it imposes?
>Also, I have one user who is having problems accessing her personal files
>on a MacOSX 10.3.2 via smb. Any ideas what may be causing it?
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