Using SuSE 8.2, Samba 2.2.5-124 along with 3 Gig's of RAM.

We have 70 users, primarily using a legal database Hubbard, written in
Cobol. When users access the database it opens between 60 and 150 files.
When all users are in, they're all opening the same files, Cobol.

We've added about 20 users in the last year and are now getting oplock
errors. While I under stand that, I also get one other I'm not sure of in
the /var/log/messages;


[2003/07/03 11:53:25, 0] tdb/tdbutil.c:tdb_log(492)
Jul 3 11:53:25 samba smbd[14200]: tdb(/var/lib/samba/locking.tdb):
tdb_lock failed on list 107 ltype=0 (Resource d$
Jul 3 11:53:25 samba smbd[14200]: [2003/07/03 11:53:25, 0]
tdb/tdbutil.c:tdb_log(492)
Jul 3 11:53:25 samba smbd[14200]: tdb(/var/lib/samba/locking.tdb):
tdb_unlock: count is 0


I believe we've reached Samba's file locking capacity. Just curious if
anyone can verify that.

Thank you.

Jon Kelly