This is a discussion on Re: [Samba] authentication performance problem - Samba ; Hi Jerome, i have a problem like you. i'm looking for the cause and i find out that winbind is getting more and more cpu cycles. when i stop e start winbind, the performance gets normal again. i don't know ...
i have a problem like you. i'm looking for the cause
and i find out that winbind is getting more and more
cpu cycles. when i stop e start winbind, the
performance gets normal again.
i don't know yet what is the problem with winbind, but
--- Jerome Warnier
> Nobody has any idea about this? Any idea would
> probably help.
> Le vendredi 31 mars 2006 à 14:27 +0200, Jerome
> Warnier a écrit :
> > Hi guys,
> > I'm running a NT Domain hosted on two Debian
> GNU/Linux Sarge servers
> > running Samba (respectively as PDC and as member
> server), with lots of
> > horsepower (dual-cpu with 1GB RAM or more each).
> > Samba itself is behaving blazingly fast, from both
> > I use winbind on the member server, of course.
> > Still, on this machine I see each week a huge
> performance drop related
> > authentication, to the point where it has to be
> rebooted to allow
> > authentication before clients time out.
> > Any ideas of where to start looking for? I can
> provide all the
> > configuration, and all the information needed to
> track down this
> > problem.
> > I already tweaked the configuration a lot to
> improve performance, but
> > this issue exceeds my capacity now.
> > Can you help me?
> Jérôme Warnier
> FLOSS Consultant
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