Re: Terrible samba2samba throughput, any ideas?
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Christian Pernegger wrote:
> Short version: I only get 5-6MB/s on a 1Gbit connection ...
> Longer version:
> Client: Athlon 64 3500+, 2GB RAM with an Intel Desktop Gb NIC (32/33)
> and a WD Raptor.
> Server: Dual Athlon MP 1900+ with an Intel Server Gb NIC (64/66, I
> think) and a 3ware 7500 array (RAID-5, 8 fairly recent 300GB Maxtors)
> Both run testing-i386 and samba 3.0.22-1, no funny options.
> NPtcp gives 54MB/s peak performance in both directions - not pretty,
> but it would do.
> FTP transfers are just a little lower as long as the file fits in RAM
> on the recieving side, otherwise client->server goes down to about
> 25MB/s. That's fine, the array is no fast writer.
Any particular reason why you are using SAMBA instead of NFS?
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