[Samba] Lots of smbd processes and connections?
jra at samba.org
Tue Oct 27 23:54:28 MDT 2009
On Tue, Oct 27, 2009 at 08:52:30PM -0500, Brian wrote:
> Sorry I don't think so....basically as you can see in my earlier
> post I tried a workaround by creating a share with the last character
> clipped off (in my case "roo"). Great news, the attempt to connect msgs
> are now gone, but my server is still being spammed
> I did some stats on my client with a "net statistics workstation"
> command and came up with:
> Bytes received 137,514 bytes/sec
> Server Message Blocks (SMBs) received 1,302 SMB blocks/sec
> Bytes transmitted 95,329 bytes/sec
> Server Message Blocks (SMBs) transmitted 1,302 SMB blocks/sec
> So the error msgs are gone, but the server is getting spammed with
> greater than 1000 SMB msg blocks per second while IDLE! I don't
> know what is "normal" but 1300 / sec sounds like a LOT!
> smbd is being a trooper though as it didn't drop one of them!
> Here is what top shows:
> last pid: 7417; load averages: 6.22, 6.27, 6.
> 39 processes: 7 running, 32 sleeping
> CPU: 4.0% user, 0.0% nice, 29.5% system, 1.4% interrupt, 65.0% idle
> Mem: 36M Active, 606M Inact, 183M Wired, 110M Buf, 162M Free
> Swap: 1902M Total, 1902M Free
> PID USERNAME THR PRI NICE SIZE RES STATE C TIME WCPU COMMAND
> 6848 root 1 66 0 14652K 8128K CPU0 2 33:00 30.37% smbd
That's crazy. Collect a wireshark trace or up the smbd log
to level 10 for a few seconds using smbcontrol and tell me
what the client is doing to spam the server like that ?
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