On Tue 21-09-10 11:35:57, Bruno Friedmann wrote:
Hi all, actually having a openSUSE 11.3 server
installed, we face a
Each samba transfer ( cifs, smbfs kde or gnome, or from xp/w2k3 ) doesn't
goes more than 25MB/s If we start 2 transfer the 2 are running at 25MB/s
Doing other network transfert (bacula, nfs, ftp) run all at the gigabit
link limit of 125MB/s in read or write. (disks can run at ~350 Read
write at the same times)
I've exported the sysctl -a param here
I'm asking here first, as many posts and examples are talking about tpc
window or other kernel trick.
For samba : tests have been made using or not using socket option line.
and that change throughput but only in range of -+4MB/s
Any ideas ?
Hmm, it may be unrelated but what filesystem are you using? I'm
wondering if this might be a similar issue as in
Your problem looks different but I'm asking just in case...
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