[Samba] network collapse
sven.schwedas at tao.at
Thu Apr 16 03:44:37 MDT 2015
On 2015-04-16 11:26, sambait3 at fuckaround.org wrote:
> Hi folks
> on debian stable I've a default samba file sharing config. Everything
> works perfectly (almost...) - samba version 3.6.6
> From linux and windows clients (wired and wifi too) when I (i.e. listen
> musics) often (one time every 4/5 minutes) networks suddenly collapse (for
> less one second) and immediately goes up. So I've an interrupt of
> broadcast (this happens also if I use rsync via samba with bandwidth
> Using rsync or wget for transfer files from same server I don't have any
> problems (avoiding samba service).
> I've several NICs, this problem happens on all interfaces
> samba logs (debug) nothing of good to audit, system log none, iptables is
> ok, I tried with minimal services (samba only), I try to modify tcp socks
> to tuning samba but nothing... also rebooting the server
> now: what should I do?
Keep tcpdump running and if you get an interruption, try to see whether
something suspicious is happening.
(Btw, shouldn't music players implement buffering to catch network outages?)
> thanks for help!
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