[nycbug-talk] SSH Login Slow & Samba Drive Slowdown
Huy Ton That
huyslogic at gmail.com
Thu Jun 22 10:38:47 EDT 2006
YES!!!!! I am quite elated. I updated the resolv.conf file, hosts file,
and reverse dns issues on another one of my machines. SSH login is fixed
and everything is blazing fast. Thanks for the fast reply Michael.
On 6/22/06, michael <lists at genoverly.net> wrote:
> On Thu, 22 Jun 2006 10:00:53 -0400
> "Huy Ton That" <huyslogic at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hey all, I implemented a samba fileserver; the users are complaining
> > that network drives have recently started to slow down and I have
> > noticed this as well -- It is weird because things were working great
> > for a while. Whenever I try to login via SSH with putty, I'll get
> > some delay, a long pause after I enter in my id, then another long
> > pause as it authenticates the pw.
> > I have a new domain controller @ 192.168.0.6
> > I realized I didn't have the IP address in the hosts file on the bsd
> > system which I just added (do I have to reboot for this) thinking
> > this may have been an problem.
> > I'm running samba 3.0.22
> > Any insight? I've noticed that whenever I don't have any lag logging
> > in via ssh, there is no network share lag either. I'm stumped...
> > -Huy
> for me, long delays in ssh logons usually pointed back to dns in some
> way.. I'd start my search there. Is everyone in dns? Is everyone
> resolving correctly? etc..
> and no, host file changes do not require reboot.
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