the Windows boxes i'm analyzing seem to limit themselves to 61,440
bytes when they read a file. this restriction is capping the
throughput i'm getting, across a long/fat pipe.
-is this a restriction within SMB, or simply within Microsoft's
implementation of SMB?
-does Samba's implementation of SMB adhere to this restriction?
-know of any work-arounds for this (registry hacks to increase the SMB
Read size, perhaps)?