|Subject:||Re: [Samba] Performance issue on AIX when deleting files in adirectory with a large number of files|
|Date:||Thu, 11 May 2006 18:50:01 -0400 EDT|
On Thu, 11 May 2006, Jeremy Allison wrote:
On Thu, May 11, 2006 at 01:42:59PM -0400, William Jojo wrote:Certainly. :-) After the initial window refresh of all the files, select any 15 or so consecutive objects (location seems to make no difference for me), smack the delete key and confirm.Ok, I see what happens. Client opens each file in turn, sets delete on close, then closes - we send a changenotify - client sets another change notify up on the directory - repeat until all the files are deleted, then the client (explorer) re-scans the directory using findfirst/findnext with a * wildcard. It's the last action that's causing a stat on each remaining file in the directory. I don't see anything out of the ordinary here....
Hmmmmm, right. I'm seeing stats on each delete on AIX (like a 10-15 second pause between each) and on the re-scan.
The deletes on FC3 were snappy followed by a long pause which was the rescan.
<taps chin>I wonder why all the stats are happening on AIX between deletes and not on FC3.
<grabs shovel> Bill
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