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Re: [Samba] extremely low performance on Samba 4.2.14-Debian




I HATE these auto send keys.. Did i tell that already..  
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> -----Oorspronkelijk bericht-----
> Van: L.P.H. van Belle [mailto:belle@xxxxxxxxx] 
> Verzonden: woensdag 16 augustus 2017 23:22
> Aan: 'samba@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx'
> Onderwerp: RE: [Samba] extremely low performance on Samba 
> 4.2.14-Debian
> 
> Hai Emmanuel, 
> 
> But ive re-read the complete thread.
> Its strange that the old machine is so much faster.
> In thinging a bit, and it can go two ways.. 
> I'm trowing in things i get in my head based on experiance 
> aka wild guesses, but review it i suggest.
> 
> Samba bug/problem in settings combinations ( or wait for 
> multi threaded samba 4.7. and test that)
> 
> Hardware/linux (driver/setting) combination, i'll come to 
> that later on.. 
> 
> For samba. 
> Can try with the following to see if one of these is slowing 
> things down. 
> In thinking in (kernel higher = better cifs (smb protocol 
> support), and maybe improvements in xfs support (i haven't 
> checked that). 
> And check with modinfo the nic driver. 
> I want to know if it possible to see the (by samba) detected 
> interface speed. ( and mtu/tcp size rwin ).
> 
> Smb.conf suggestions, and test order.
> Change: 
> server signing = auto
> Test,
> Then again add:
> ntlm auth = no
> Test,
> And im questioning these 2. 
> In global you set. 
> restrict anonymous 2
> 
> In the share.
> guest ok = no
> 
> The google translater makes crap off:  This parameter 
> nullifies the benefits of setting restrict anonymous = 2  :-/ 
> Are these to settings conflicting or not.. In not sure here.
> 
> From man smb.conf 
>       guest ok (S)
> 
>            If this parameter is yes for a service, then no 
> password is required to connect to the service. Privileges 
> will be those of the guest account.
>            This parameter nullifies the benefits of setting 
> restrict anonymous = 2
>            See the section below on security for more 
> information about this option.
>            Default: guest ok = no
> 
> 
> About the hardware/linux. 
> 
> Did you install/setup the hardware, (not judging your 
> knowlidge, my thoughts) When you installed it, did you check 
> the pci-e bus and the irq relations in the bios.
> It is possible, the 40G nic is shareing the bus with the raid 
> 6 contoller. 
> That can slow down things. 
> Bios raid/hdds/mainboard up to date, so changelog review cant harm. 
> Is the nic using firmware?
> The output of : 
ethtool -i 

So few thing, i can think of i would check. 
Its a pain, special when its far, the samba options are thing you might be able to remotely check.
Maybe it helps a bit. 

Greetz, 

Louis 





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