Greetings to all. A question here in what – after installation of a package a samba load on the processor has risen from usual 5-10 % to 80-95 % or still above
After run “service samba stop” command load falls to 10 %
CPU (1) Intel(R) Celeron(R) CPU 2.26GHz 2261MHz
Uptime 0 days, 1:47
Load Avg 0.06 0.06 0.06 Graphics
Memory 507368 kB
There are any thoughts on this subject?
In advance thanks also I apologise for English,
I write through an online translator. 🙂
Help to make makeshift please.
The version ZeroShell is Release 1.0.beta12
It is customised on reboot in 8:00.
How to remove a samba from a StartUp?
Removal “service samba start” from “post boot” does not help, the string again is after reboot.
Creation of script Cron samba_stop with the command “service samba stop” does not help. Samba stops only through SSH.
How about creating a post boot script to “service samba stop”? If it needs to be run through SSH (which I don’t understand the reason why) you may try to create a script containing this command and run the script instead at the post boot.