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The ultimate way to make samba faster-Linux Enterprise Application-Linux server application information. The following is a detailed description. I tried many methods and finally solved how to make samba faster and more stable:
Cause: In the default ip resolution, ipv6 is added to many versions of linux (although ipv6 is disabled by many users) therefore, an ip address resolution that affects the speed of the samba service is generated. The excuse for this impact is/etc/hosts. To solve this problem, manually comment out the redundant ip addresses (or remove them using corresponding tools.
Open your/etc/host and check the following text to see what is going on:
# Special IPv6 addresses
#: 1 localhost ipv6-localhost ipv6-loopback
(Note: This is the part I commented out in my/etc/hosts, and the last line is the ip address of my local area network I added, and the zc behind it is the working group) these two methods can greatly speed up samba.
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