Samba uses a seperate process for each connection, and Windows opens
one connection per share.
Yes to the first claim, no to the second. Most definitely not. For a
single client, windows puts all share access (net use, mounting, whatever
you want to call it) over the single TCP connection to the server.
You're right, sorry. I had gotten mixed up on the multiple connection
issue because of my own configuration that results in one share per
Nope, ~700 connections!
Even with just one connection per machine, though, you're still going
to have a significant amount of swappable memory in idle smbd
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