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Mark Szkolnicki:
Heh Dariusz!

--- Quote from: Dariusz Piatkowski on February 02, 2024, 01:34:39 am ---Mark,

--- Quote from: Mark Szkolnicki on February 01, 2024, 12:42:28 am ---...Still need some help though, Guys and Gals - mount connection is VERY slow (30 seconds), and accessing the subdirectories by clicking them in the resource is slow as well (about 30 seconds). Have attached the log.ndpsmb and log.smbc as .txt files, to see if you have any bright ideas...
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Not sure if this contributing, but the following occurs every 10 secs:

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MEMORY-ALPHA2024/01/31 15:55:04.43: 4 3:  session setup ok. Sending tconx <archive> <********>

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and I'm thinking there is parameter somewhere that controls how long a share cache can exist? So perhaps if you have this set to 10 secs. it's driving this.

For what it's worth, I've attached my smb.conf, used for client side purposes as I do not run the server on my OS/2 box.

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And FWIW (and its worth lots), Thanks!

At the moment I'm not quite sure if this is client or server related - the reason I asked about what the difference is between Samba Client and Server earlier - at the moment I'm not quite sure what I'm delving into, but at least its moving forward.

This has been an interesting troubleshooting lesson - and I've learned a lot about SMB - there is a "speed" setting in "Interfaces" as well, which I might try - but I'll have a look at your SMB.conf first.



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