[Samba] memory issues with samba 3.0.10
Gerald (Jerry) Carter
jerry at samba.org
Wed Jan 26 17:27:26 GMT 2005
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David Schlenk wrote:
| Not so much. It's the main smbd process, the one running as root.
Every smbd process runs as root unless it is doing
something on behalf of the user. But I'm assuming you
really do mean the parent smbd process. This is a pretty
| I'm not terribly familiar with how load is calculated,
| or exactly what top's CPU% means, but I guess I figured
| that the memory usage thing might have been causing
| the CPU usage, but perhaps I was thinking too hard.
top reports a VSZ number (process' total amount of virtual memory
allocated) for each process. What does that say?
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