[Samba] Samba memory usage - how big is it?
Hullen at t-online.de
Thu Nov 13 08:35:00 GMT 2008
Du (Volker.Lendecke) meintest am 13.11.08:
>>> First shot: Can you issue a
>>> smbcontrol <smbd-pid> pool-usage
>>> where <smbd-pid> is the process ID of such a large smbd, and
>>> send the output?
>> smbcontrol <smbd-pid> pool-usage | grep total
>> reach for a quick diagnosis, or would it show only "13.6 MB"?
>> I've tried my entry (just now only 1 W98 client uses smbd), and it
>> tells "total 11314 bytes in 182 blocks).
> It should also show the entries that consume the memory. For
> me it starts with
> full talloc report on 'null_context' (total 11696 bytes in 244
> blocks) msg_pool_usage contains 527 bytes in 3
> blocks (ref 0) char contains 512
Yes - I've seen the full list. But: does it reach for a quick diagnosis
only to look at the "total" line?
The list has many long lines, it's hard to read on a text screen (ok,
the "midnight commander" may help).
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