[Samba] Performance problem with file > 2Gb
s.cramatte at wanadoo.fr
Mon Jul 16 15:35:22 GMT 2007
I've got the battery unit ... but still slow ...
The very strange is that 90% is transfered well ... and on the end do a
pause and finish the job !
Jason Baker escribió:
> I had this same issue when I first setup samba on our network. I too
> am using a 3ware RAID controller. Do you have "write caching" enabled
> on your RAID controllers? If you do not, this will slow down
> performance quite noticeably. I purchased the battery backup units
> for the cards and enabled write caching
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> Sébastien CRAMATTE wrote:
>> I've setup an Samba 3 server on a Debian Etch 4
>> The server has :
>> - 8x 500Gb raid 5 via 3ware Raid Controller
>> - Filesystem is Ext3 over Lvm2 (I know that be better an Xfs FS instead
>> ... now I can't change it easily )
>> - Xeon dual core 2
>> - 2Gb of RAM
>> - connected to a gigabit switch using 2 bonded NIC
>> When I copy big files (> 2Gb MPEG files) from Windows clients the copy
>> do a pause on the end ...
>> If at the same time I open another video from another client the movie
>> playback start to skip frame and become very very slow ...
>> Any Ideas ?
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