[Samba] Heavy Samba usage crashed server
Gerald (Jerry) Carter
jerry at samba.org
Mon Aug 7 14:27:35 GMT 2006
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> Is there a way to control the number of times a file
> can be open concurrently? Either with Samba or with RHEL4?
> Maybe this is a good control measure. Limit the number
> of concurrent opens for any file. This
> way, if more than 20 people try to open the same file,
> we can restrict access allowing the system to keep up.
Samba is limited only by the capacity of the server (RAM
and CPU). If you want to limit connections to the
server look at 'max smbd processes' in smb.conf(5).
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