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High load without high CPU usage is generally down to I/O, and mostly down to block devices (hard disks). Now, your programs may read/write heavily onto block device because they are not optimized, or because there's not enough memory in your system. You can use cli program 'free' to see your memory consumption: % free -otm total used ...
It has been my experience that WIn7 isn't willing (out of the box as it where) to connect with samba shares. It you are using samba as a domain controller, you are forced to change certain registry keys. HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESYSTEMCurrentControlSetservicesLanmanWorkstationParameters: "DomainCompatibilityMode" = 1 "DNSNameResolutionRequired" = 0 ...
Try to access the share by using IP address instead of the hostname: \\192.168.55.55 Depending on what does your DNS and DHCP, your windows machine could be missing the DNS records for your RHEL5 box.
I don't think you should rely on the HP IML log alone. Not everything is reported there, and the log can be cleared. I don't look at it as an authoritative source of system health status. Plus items get marked as repaired, depending on the event. If you need a comparison of what a busy EL5 system's IML log should look like, see this pastebin. But most of my ...
You need to download bash-3.2-33.el5_11.4.i386 (or find it at any other alternative location) follow by: yum remove bash yum localinstall bash
If you are capturing packets on the server then you might see TCP sending out larger segments than the MTU. The packets on the wire , however, will be MTU size only. You can verify this by capturing on a network device (switch) etc. Alternatively capturing packets on the remote (client) machine will reveal that each packet is <= MTU . This behaviour is ...
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