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Fri Jan 22 03:43:47 MST 2010

gaps and the DNS-activity I can see in onther places seems ok. There
is almost no network traffic and no CPU activity during the gaps so
it looks like some kind of timeout issue.

It may be of interest that, for the moment, IPv6 is beeing used.
Sometimes we also have quite a long delay if we click on the "View
computers and devices" link in the "Network and Sharing Center".

=C3=85ke Holmlund

--On 2 februari 2010 10.16.22 -0800 Jeremy Allison <jra at> wrote:

> On Tue, Feb 02, 2010 at 07:03:11PM +0100, =C3=85ke Holmlund wrote:
>> Hello!
>> We have a w2k8 R2 64-bit machine in a Samba 3.4.4 controlled domain.
>> When logging in as a domain user there is a ~30 sec delay waiting
>> for the User Profile Service. This has nothing to do with the size
>> of the user profile. Looking at the network traffic I can see 2
>> gaps, the first about 11 sek and the second about 19 sek with
>> no packets sent except one TCP ACK (from the client) in each gap.
>> Between the gaps there is only a few packets sent. According
>> to WireShark it's a "Tree Disconnect Request" with response and
>> a "Logoff AndX Request" with response.
>> Any idea what may be causing this?
> Gaps like that are almost always DNS lookups of some kind :-).
> Are you looking for those, or just CIFS traffic ?
> Jeremy.

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