Changes between Version 24 and Version 25 of FAQ


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Apr 14, 2009, 4:31:56 PM (9 years ago)
Author:
diver
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Ticket 69/71 done

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    8383''Note: The combination IBM Peer/LAN Server/WSeB plus Samba Client is untested. It is probably the slowest and least stable combination anyway.''[[BR]][[BR]]
    84 ''Note: Recent experiments showed that Samba Server for eCS(OS/2) behaves extremely asymmetric when it comes to compare read and write speeds. While read speed is very fast (typically 16.000 to 26.000 KB/sec.), write speed is very slow (typically 150 KB/sec.). The problem is the very same that directly leads to [http://svn.netlabs.org/samba/ticket/69 Ticket #69] and [http://svn.netlabs.org/samba/ticket/71 Ticket #71]. This problem has existed for every Samba build (tested back to version 3.0.25pre1). This issue has been resolved, but the code has not been commited yet. Samba now writes with speeds of around 11.000 Kb/sec.[[BR]]
     84''Note: Recent experiments showed that Samba Server for eCS(OS/2) behaves extremely asymmetric when it comes to compare read and write speeds. While read speed is very fast (typically 16.000 to 26.000 KB/sec.), write speed is very slow (typically 150 KB/sec.). The problem is the very same that directly leads to [http://svn.netlabs.org/samba/ticket/69 Ticket #69] and [http://svn.netlabs.org/samba/ticket/71 Ticket #71]. This problem has existed for every Samba build (tested back to version 3.0.25pre1). With [http://svn.netlabs.org/samba/changeset/170 Revision 170] Samba now writes with speeds of around 11.000 Kb/sec.[[BR]]
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    8686'''Q: What about stability? Is Samba for eCS (OS/2) stable enough to run my company's network?'''[[BR]]