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[Xen-users] Can affect the virtualization the samba performance?

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  • From: kazabe <kazabe@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 24 Nov 2010 18:12:22 -0500
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i was migrate samba from an old woody server to a virtualized lenny on
a new server.  The virtualized server has four times more resources
than the old server, but some times the performance is really poor.

im discarding all the samba tunning options, but i dont know how to
discard any virtualization issue.  The disk is a img file on the
server, formatted on ext3.

Im evaluating request a dedicated disk to the samba virtual server,
but before i need confirm if the problem is really by disk

How can i evaluate if the virtualization can have any relation with
the samba performance?

thanks and regards.

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