[Samba] 3.0.25 Winbind high CPU usage
Gerald (Jerry) Carter
jerry at samba.org
Fri May 18 20:18:02 GMT 2007
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Jason Lanclos wrote:
> Only other things running on this server are bind and apache(rarely
> This is our mail fileserver which is connected to a CoRaid.
Do you mean main ? Or mail server?
> I made the changes as you stated, and cpu usage went
> down some .. One process is using about 35% and the
> other is at about 15%.
> When I look on the domian controller I see LSASS.EXE
> running around 25-40%.
How many connections is this box serving at a given
time (e.g. how many smbd processes are running)?
> I'm courious as to why these entries are showing up:
> [ 0]: getpwnam offiCeDirEcTOrIes
> [ 0]: getpwnam OFFICeDirEctoriEs
> [ 0]: getpwnam officEdiRECToRIes
> [ 0]: getpwnam officediREcToRIEs
> [ 0]: getpwnam OFFicedIREcToRies
> [ 0]: getpwnam OFfIcEDireCtoRiEs
> OfficeDirectories is a Share.. Why is winbind running
> a getpwnam on a Share name?
Winbindd is only trying to service a getpwnam() request.
So some applications is running a getpwnam() on different
case permutations off the string "officedirectories".
This looks like something I would expect from smbd providing
the [homes] share and configured with a non-zero value
for the "username level" parameter in smb.conf. But I don't
see that in your posting.
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