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    Subject2.2.1 TCP problems. (smbfs and ftp.)

    Hi,

    When running 2.2.1 smbfs (samba 2.0.0 smbmount binaries) and RH 5.1
    /usr/bin/ftp , my data connections run up very big Send-Q's.

    The ftp data connections run up a big send-Q and then just sit there.
    Until killed. The samba connections run up big send-Q's but data gets
    through at a decreasing rate, until it's mostly dead too...

    -----excerpt of netstat -t -------------------
    tcp 0 0 usel:1368 ekoed1:ftp ESTABLISHED
    tcp 0 58400 usel:1370 ekoed1:ftp-data ESTABLISHED
    tcp 0 87600 usel:1212 ekohrp:ftp-data CLOSE
    tcp 0 58400 usel:1302 ekoed1:ftp-data CLOSE
    tcp 0 0 usel:1355 ekohrp:ftp ESTABLISHED
    tcp 0 116800 usel:1356 ekohrp:ftp-data ESTABLISHED
    -----------------------------------------------
    notice 2 killed ftp sessions in CLOSE state.

    ------dmesg-----------------------------------
    smb_lookup: find //olle failed, error=-5
    smb_retry: signal failed, error=-3
    smb_lookup: find //olle failed, error=-5
    smb_retry: signal failed, error=-3
    smb_lookup: find //olle failed, error=-5
    smb_retry: signal failed, error=-3
    smb_lookup: find //olle failed, error=-5
    smb_retry: signal failed, error=-3
    smb_lookup: find //olle failed, error=-5
    smb_retry: signal failed, error=-3
    smb_retry: signal failed, error=-3
    smb_trans2_request: result=-32, setting invalid
    smb_retry: signal failed, error=-3
    smb_retry: signal failed, error=-3
    smb_retry: signal failed, error=-3
    smb_trans2_request: result=-32, setting invalid
    smb_retry: signal failed, error=-3
    smb_file_read: 10.X/PHCO_8934 validation failed, error=-32
    smb_retry: signal failed, error=-3
    smb_get_length: recv error = 104
    smb_trans2_request: result=-104, setting invalid
    smb_retry: signal failed, error=-3
    smb_get_length: recv error = 512
    smb_trans2_request: result=-512, setting invalid
    smb_retry: signal failed, error=-3
    smb_retry: signal failed, error=-3
    smb_lookup: find //Soundtrack failed, error=-5
    smb_retry: signal failed, error=-3
    smb_retry: signal failed, error=-3
    smb_retry: signal failed, error=-3
    smb_retry: signal failed, error=-3
    smb_retry: signal failed, error=-3
    smb_retry: signal failed, error=-3
    smb_lookup: find //olle failed, error=-5
    smb_retry: signal failed, error=-3
    smb_lookup: find //olle failed, error=-5
    smb_retry: signal failed, error=-3
    smb_lookup: find //olle failed, error=-5
    smb_retry: signal failed, error=-3
    smb_lookup: find //olle failed, error=-5
    smb_retry: signal failed, error=-3
    smb_lookup: find //olle failed, error=-5
    smb_retry: signal failed, error=-3
    smb_lookup: find //olle failed, error=-5
    smb_retry: signal failed, error=-3
    smb_lookup: find //olle failed, error=-5
    smb_retry: signal failed, error=-3
    smb_lookup: find //olle failed, error=-5
    smb_retry: signal failed, error=-3
    smb_lookup: find //olle failed, error=-5
    smb_retry: signal failed, error=-3
    smb_lookup: find //olle failed, error=-5
    smb_retry: signal failed, error=-3
    smb_lookup: find //olle failed, error=-5
    -----------------------------------------------
    notice the //xxx in "smb_lookup: find //xxx failed" are names of top level
    directories in the mounted share.

    System: Compaq Deskpro 5xxx 3com 3C590 10base-T Pretty much vanilla RH 5.1
    Ftp was putting stuff on HP-UX 10.20 machines (unloaded).
    Samba was putting files on a vanilla NT-4.0-server.


    /olle

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