[Samba] Winbindd has still bottlenecks when used with interdomain
Volker.Lendecke at SerNet.DE
Wed Feb 28 21:59:39 GMT 2007
On Wed, Feb 28, 2007 at 10:16:32PM +0100, Harald Strack wrote:
> The TCP connection between the central PDC and the department PDC
> (winbindd) seems to be still a bottleneck. Is this right? What can I do?
> Any help or comment on this issue is very very welcome!
Yes. The async stuff in Winbind is to enable parallel
operations to different trusted domains. Each domain is
> However I have this problem since a long time and I actually use a samba
> version where I patched out all SID/gid mappings via winbind. This bad
> hack speeds up everything so that up to about 40
> concurrent logins are possible but that's no long-term solution...
So the login as such (the SamLogon call verifying the user's
pw) is not your problem, it's the sid2gid calls that follow?
Hmm. Why does a trusting call the central DC for these? For
the SamLogon calls yes, but the sid2gid stuff? Or do you
mean sid2name? There's something I don't get here.
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