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RE: Opinions on Samba on OpenBSD
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: RE: Opinions on Samba on OpenBSD
- From: Reuben Sailor <rogue_(_at_)_ngxweb_(_dot_)_com>
- Date: Sun, 25 Mar 2001 00:28:59 -0800
(Disclaimer: Im a newbie taking a shot at answering this, so dont take my
word as gospel)
From what I understand, the the unix filesystem is fairly efficient and as
such, isnt really prone to heavy fragmentation. I am not aware of any
defrag tools for unix....however, I imagine if they do exist, you can
probably find at least one in the ports section of OBSD or by running a
search on google.
At 09:42 PM 3/24/01, Steve Shockley wrote:
Thanks, everyone, for your insight on using Samba. Especially thanks to
Dave and Derek for pointing me to the O'Reilly books for download, I
didn't know that existed.
One semi-related question I have: I've found that running a disk
defragmenter on an NT/2k server can dramatically improve performance.
Is there a such thing as a defrag tool for BSD, or is there some feature
of the filesystem that makes that less necessary?