[Samba] Performance problem with utime() on Solaris 8

Volker Lendecke Volker.Lendecke at SerNet.DE
Tue Jul 31 05:33:43 GMT 2007

On Mon, Jul 30, 2007 at 03:34:54PM -0700, Scott Cokely wrote:
> I ran truss on smbd while the file copy was taking place, and found that 
> the utime() call was taking up most of the system time.  I then ran truss 
> on the 2.2.5 smbd, and found that there were no utime() calls at all.  I 
> went to the archives, downloaded and built version 2.2.12, and found that 
> the performance was the same as 2.2.5.  Same with version 3.0.0, and 
> version 3.0.10.

It might be possible that since then we implement some SMB
call differently from what we did before. We'd need a debug
level 10 log or a network trace to see what the client does.

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