[Samba] Speed vs Windows systems issue
Michael St. Laurent
mikes at hartwellcorp.com
Mon Dec 3 20:27:22 GMT 2007
> > > Please say just what registry changes you made. I'm following
> > > through the
> > > link above and it talks about Win > Samba and Samba > Win
> lines and to
> > > choose the smaller of the two. My Samba line is *much*
> smaller than my
> > > Win line.
> > >
> > > 14:04:33.766520 IP Win.4926 > Samba.microsoft-ds: P
> > > 631:719(88) ack 538 win 32931
> > > 14:04:33.766635 IP Samba.microsoft-ds > Win.4926: P
> > > 538:642(104) ack 719 win 686
> > >
> > > Looks like my Samba is 686 and my Win is 32931. That seems really
> > > lopsided. I expected the Samba side to be larger.
> > >
> > > What does the 'P' mean?
> > The registry settings I'm referring to are the ones mentioned in the
> > KnowledgeBase articles. They are values in the key:
> > terfaces\<Interface GUID>
> > I created DWORD TcpAckFrequency and set it to one.
> > I created DWORD TcpDelAckTicks and set it to zero.
> > The second part of your reply is about a part of the thread I didn't
> > understand too well either.
> Then you did a reboot after changing the registry? I'll try this now.
No reboot. It took effect immediately.
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