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Identify a heavy CIFS hitter on a vfiler?
Hello All,


Got a v3170 cluster running 7.3.5.1 where one vfiler is seeing heavy CIFS traffic sufficient to drag the whole node to its knees periodically.


Is there a way to identify the files/folders or CIFS clients that are doing the damage?


Hope to hear from you ASAP,


Randy Rue
Re: Identify a heavy CIFS hitter on a vfiler? [ In reply to ]
OK, I should have dug a little deeper before yelling to the list.


Looks like "cifs top" will help me with this if I enable "cifs.per_client_stats.enable."


But will enabling it cause an additional performance hit? Anyone have experience with this option?


Randy

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From: "Randy Rue" <rrue@fhcrc.org>
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Sent: Sunday, August 5, 2012 10:15:08 PM
Subject: Identify a heavy CIFS hitter on a vfiler?


Hello All,


Got a v3170 cluster running 7.3.5.1 where one vfiler is seeing heavy CIFS traffic sufficient to drag the whole node to its knees periodically.


Is there a way to identify the files/folders or CIFS clients that are doing the damage?


Hope to hear from you ASAP,


Randy Rue
Re: Identify a heavy CIFS hitter on a vfiler? [ In reply to ]
We use it all the time. It does put a smallll load but worth the info you get.

jack
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