Re: nmbd eats cpu for breakfast after upgrade from 3.5 to 3.6

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On Tue, Apr 17, 2012 at 10:59:45AM +0300, Ander Punnar wrote:
> Hello.
> I have Samba 3.6.4 with LDAP backend
> with domain logons enabled.
> Long time I was running 3.5.1? from
> Debian Squeeze backports without any problems.
> Few days ago I decided (after testing) to upgrade
> to 3.6.4, also from Debian backports.
> Next morning nobody could login
> and nmbd was eating up a enitre cpu core.
> Killing nmbd with -9 and restarting samba
> solved the problem.
> Same happened again next day.
> It could be machine related, since this problem
> didin't come up in test environment with identical machine
> and network configuration.
> And yes, network connectivity was okay.
> I have had problems with nmbd in the past
> when network connectivity at least for one interface
> disappears, but this time this wasn't issue.
> Any ideas?

What does strace -p <nmb-pid> say ?
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