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Old 11-23-2004, 12:35 PM   #1
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9kb speed on samba


hi i am just copieng some files from my workstation to my server bothe are running slackware 10 and the remote folder is mounted in my file system with the the command mount -t smbf //192.168.0.2/folder /mnt/folder i know the server works fine as when i used to have xp installed it copied fast with no problem however now my workstation is M$ free my samba seems to be coping files at only 9kb a second!

any ideas? or should i be using the lisa deamon and if so is it already installed? and how do i set it up? or check if it is already running?

i will greatly appreciate any help

thanks

berrance
 
Old 11-23-2004, 02:03 PM   #2
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I'd suggest you have a look at your logs, both
system logs (e.g. to see what settings the network
card is using) and samba logs (to see whether there
are any error messages). I'd also try to find out what
transfers you're getting when using ftp or scp.


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Old 11-24-2004, 03:02 PM   #3
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my ftp and http download speed is 7MB compared to 9KB through samba however nfs runs at 9 kb aswell so i dont think it is a samba problem or a network card problem. i know it works on the server so it is on my workstation has any one got any ideas please

i will be extremal great full for any help

thanks

berrance
 
Old 11-25-2004, 05:09 AM   #4
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hi, i have a posable idea on what it might be. when i brows the network i always go into konqueror and type "smb:/ip address" it doest work with the host name and when i click on lan browser in konqueror i get a error message about the lisa deamon isnt running/installed could this be it? if it is how do i check to see if it is installed and enable it?

thanks

berrance
 
Old 11-25-2004, 05:32 AM   #5
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i think lisa is the problem! and it is installed i think, i went into the command line and type lisa hooping that this is the command to start it and i think it is but when i typ it i get the following error

NetManager:repare: bind (TCP) failed, errno: 98

could this be the problem? and if it is how could i fix it?

any help will make me verry happy.

thanks

berrance
 
  


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