[Samba] Re: A lot of IPC$ connections
Gerald (Jerry) Carter
jerry at samba.org
Wed Nov 9 16:11:20 GMT 2005
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Franz Pförtsch wrote:
> Gerald (Jerry) Carter wrote:
>> [IPC$] is the share that the windows connect to in order to
>> open named pipes in order to issue the spoolss RPC calls.
> How could I finish this connections, they took a lot of CPU (30%).
> Or is it "dangerous" to disrupt them.
> When I restart the smbd the load is "normal".
You need to look at the traffic to know for sure what
is going on. The connection to IPC$ itself is not taking
CPU. It the chatter from the client that is consuming CPU.
Listen to the client using ethereal and find out what she
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