[Samba] Is there a limit on Number of users connecting share
johndoe65534 at mail.com
Mon Aug 20 10:10:47 UTC 2018
On 8/20/2018 11:32 AM, Rowland Penny via samba wrote:
> On Mon, 20 Aug 2018 14:37:32 +0530
> Amit via samba <samba at lists.samba.org> wrote:
>>>> 1. Is there a limit on max number of connections to share? There
>>>> must be what's the max? 2. Is using force user, force group good
>>>> option here? 3. Is there limit on max number of files opened, Can
>>>> this issue be related to this? 4. Why in failing case it checking
>>>> 'home dir, Printers'?
>>> I think we need more info here:
>>> What are the clients ? Windows-7,10 machines
>>> It looks like they are all using the same username to connect to
>>> the share, is this correct ? Yes (catuser)
>>> If it is correct, are they all using the same password ? yes
>>> Is this standalone server in an AD domain ? Standalone server
> That doesn't answer the question, it just confirms what is already
> know. What are the other machines in ? A workgroup, an NT4-style
> domain, or an AD domain.
>>> Do the clients that don't work have NTLMv1 turned off ? This i
>>> need to enquire, But I think No. Beacause issue happens randomly on
>>> any of clients when connections reaches > 200 or so.
> This would suggest that NTLMv1 isn't the problem, you could try
> investigate setting 'max smbd processes' in smb.conf, see 'man
> smb.conf' for more info.
> From the number of users you say you have, it would probably be better
> to run your standalone server as a Unix domain member.
By "Unix domain member" you mean?:
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