[Samba] Samba performance tuning

Andrew Sherlock-CF andrew.sherlock at bbc.co.uk
Tue Oct 9 08:50:40 GMT 2007

I wonder if tshark or netstat could be useful here?


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> From: samba-bounces+andrew.sherlock=bbc.co.uk at lists.samba.org 
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> g] On Behalf Of Daniel L. Miller
> Sent: 09 October 2007 00:47
> To: samba at lists.samba.org
> Subject: [Samba] Samba performance tuning
> Hi all!
> I've seen a number of posts regarding Samba performance - either 
> comments about perceived poor performance, or recommended parameter 
> changes.  Instead of some arbitrary buffer numbers, or "play with it 
> until it works", are there any analysis tools that can give 
> quantitative 
> answers ?  Something where instead of just saying, "Samba is 
> too slow", 
> I could say, "on a quad-opteron system, with 4G RAM, and full-duplex 
> 100BaseT network, SambaMark reports a score of 237.".
> Maybe that's too much of a dream - is there a particular file 
> size/copy/read technique and associated analysis that I should try?
> -- 
> Daniel
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