This is my biggest concern. I just don't know what to tune here since
the data just basically passes straight through the box, and the with
about of data being served and the access patterns buffering is pointless.
I disagree.. Buffering is probably going to help - even just a little.
One thing I failed to mention, none of the clients ever write; the system
is completely read only.
Ahh.. well you can throw any type of 'real' locking away and tell samba
to fake it all I guess.
You should also look at the acregmin/acregmax/acdirmin/acdirmax options
- if the store is static then you could probably increase them quite a
lot which would reduce NFS traffic.
Also don't forget to run nfsiod.
Daniel O'Connor software and network engineer
for Genesis Software - http://www.gsoft.com.au
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