[Samba] Tunning samba for better read performance
jagannadh.teki at gmail.com
Wed Nov 19 02:16:19 MST 2014
On 19 November 2014 14:39, L.P.H. van Belle <belle at bazuin.nl> wrote:
> What mainboard is this? aka a bit more info on the hardware.
> It is a nas mainboard or something like that.
Server: Target is ARM development board where 1GB RAM with dual core
armv7 processor and
Client: Windows 7, Intel Xeon with 8GB RAM.
> Im getting 115Mb/s read and write from a windows 7.
> ( asrock E350 AMD board )
I think this is a valid behavior, but I have very less speed in read.
Could you share your /etc/samba/smb.conf may be I will tune accordingly.
> 1Gb interface does not mean it can reach the max speed, cpu is also important in this,
> so for that we need more hardware info.
I'm not much concern about speed here, I need to be a read > write
which is of identical
and good performance.
> I did a few of these :
> 1 is the most important.
> 2 stops auto update, so dont do that.
> 3) possible, what you want.
> 4) not really needed.
> 5) what you want.
> 6) This can be a point to check, make sure you have the latest NIC drivers.
> and no changes at samba side for me. ( only the defaults from install )
> I get these speeds with : ( tested, and what is see in windows )
> samba 3.6.6 ( Debian samba ) stand server 115MB/s
> samba 4.1.6 ( Ubuntu samba ) stand server 108MB/s
> samba 4.1.13 ( Ubuntu sernet samba ) AD DC server 112MB/s
>>Van: jagannadh.teki at gmail.com
>>[mailto:samba-bounces at lists.samba.org] Namens Jagan Teki
>>Verzonden: woensdag 19 november 2014 8:19
>>Aan: samba at lists.samba.org
>>Onderwerp: [Samba] Tunning samba for better read performance
>>I'm running samba server on board and client is windows 7.
>>I did below steps for performance tests.
>>+ format /dev/sda1 with ext4
>>+ mount the drive in server as mentioned in [media] path of
>>+ created a root password
>> $ smbpasswd -a root
>>+ 1Gb ethernet interface from board.
>>+ map the driver in windows
>>+ did a 4gb robocopy
>>+ read got 13MBps and write got 105MBps
>>Could any one suggest me any inputs why read got too slow, do
>>I need to look
>>at any config options in /etc/samba/smb.conf
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