So, I'm building a new box tonight and was wondering if anybody
has any tried and true tuning parameters for samba on -stable.
Since you never got any actual answers to your question, I offer the
following. The only samba tuning option I've ever seen make a difference
is enabling "socket options = TCP_NODELAY". Also, make sure that newreno
is turned off on the samba host. As for nfs mount options, I have found
that -3cisl works best for me, when the servers are sun, or netapp
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