Am Fr, den 03.01.2003 schrieb Sturla Holm Hansen um 13:18:
> I'm having probles when using nautilus to browse smb-shares,
> another linux-box or on a windoze-box, it takes ages to connect, then
> I'm asked for a password and then it takes ages again.
1) Did you check out your samba-logs at /var/log/samba ? If you do top in
the shell of your samba-server (while trying to connect to your server)
which program is on top? how many % does it take?
2) Do you have some kind of antivirus-software enabled? i saw this effect
on my samba-server, when i used dazuko online-scanning. it took me up to 5
minutes, until i got a files-list. (was a kernel-module, not compiled in)
3) If there are network-errors, you should find them in /var/log/messages.
Have look, if you find some errors from your network (e.g. with a
misconfigured card eth0 or hostname or whatever...)
Is there firewalling active? Check iptables rules for TCP and UDP.
Post your smb.conf. Who is master browser?
Is it a pure TCP network you are in or does there run any other
protocols like IPX?
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