Strange, can you see anything strange in /var/log/messages? The output of
Samba logs? Netstat? yum logs?
On 20 May 2010 11:10, Brian O'Mahony <brian.omahony at curamsoftware.com>wrote:
> I recently upgraded some of our Clearcase VOB servers here to RHEL5. As
> part of the process, I moved the VOBs to SAN based storage, and reduced the
> number of machines down to one. We are using the samba included with the OS
> (RHEL5.4), and this is configured to authenticate versus active directory.
> This has been working fine for many year.
>> Today we are seeing some issues when trying to connect (via clearcase, or
> just running \\ccvobdubpr<file:///\\ccvobdubpr>), it fails with :
>> 'No More Connections can be made to this remote computer at this time
> because there are already as many connections as this computer can accept.'
>> However it comes back intermittently. I cannot find a max connections
> parameter in smb.conf. There is about 40 smbd processes running.
>> Any one have any ideas?
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