Re: nautilus keeps listing files in smb shares

On Fri, 2005-12-09 at 17:55 +0200, Nick Demou (enLogic) wrote:
> Alexander Larsson wrote:
> > On Mon, 2005-12-05 at 13:52 +0200, Nick Demou (enLogic) wrote:
> > 
> >>To clarify the scale of this situation I am talking about at least 
> >>20KB/sec and upto 50KB/sec *steady* network activity with absolutely no 
> >>program running at the client. (For a small network with 20 clients this 
> >>would mean 1MB/sec for the server i.e. more than 10% of the available 
> >>bandwidth just because the clients are switched-on)
> > 
> > 
> > I have never seen anyone complain about it before at least. I think
> > fam/gamin might poll for updates when a remote directory is viewed, but
> > that shouldn't be anywhere near this amount of traffic.
> > 
> I guess it's time to upgrade my desktop and check what happens...
> BTW, I was told that lsof -i as root should display the names of the 
> programs that have open tcp connections so I thought I'll give it a try 
> to make sure it's nautilus that does the trick.
> So, at the same time that I was having a steady 20KBps trafic and 
> ethereal AND iptraf was showing trafic with my samba server lsof -i 
> returned no line concerning any connection with it... is this makeing 
> sence? I checked the -i option with man lsof and it seems it should have 
> worked

Maybe it was UDP traffic (which is connectionless)?

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