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Here is my current afp config for you guys to look at: afp:adminGetsSp = no afp:activityLogTime = 7 afp:registerAppleTalk = yes afp:afpTCPPort = 548 afp:createHomeDir = yes afp:lock_manager = yes afp:autoRestart = yes afp:noNetworkUsers = no afp:TCPQuantum = 262144 afp:errorLogPath = "/Library/Logs/AppleFileService/AppleFileServiceError.log" afp:loggingAttributes:logLogin = yes afp:loggingAttributes:logOpenFork = yes afp:loggingAttributes:logCreateDir = yes afp:loggingAttributes:logDelete = yes afp:loggingAttributes:logLogout = yes afp:loggingAttributes:logCreateFile = yes afp:clientSleepOnOff = no afp:serverStoppedTime = 1161882876 afp:idleDisconnectMsg = "Disconnected from server: idle for more than 60 minutes. " afp:tickleTime = 30 afp:maxConnections = -1 afp:clientSleepTime = 24 afp:activityLogSize = 1000 afp:shutdownThreshold = 3 afp:updateHomeDirQuota = yes afp:admin31GetsSp = yes afp:activityLog = yes afp:errorLogTime = 0 afp:enforce_unix_access = yes afp:loginGreeting = "" afp:idleDisconnectTime = 60 afp:activityLogPath = "/Library/Logs/AppleFileService/AppleFileServiceAccess.log" afp:kerberosPrincipal = "afpserver/email@hidden" afp:idleDisconnectOnOff = no afp:useAppleTalk = no afp:authenticationMode = "standard" afp:attemptAdminAuth = yes afp:afpServerEncoding = 0 afp:guestAccess = no afp:errorLogSize = 1000 afp:maxGuests = -1 afp:recon1TokenTTLMins = 10080 afp:loginGreetingTime = 0 afp:reconnectKeyLocation = "/private/etc/AFP.conf" afp:encodings:_array_index:0 = 4 afp:encodings:_array_index:1 = 29 afp:encodings:_array_index:2 = 25 afp:encodings:_array_index:3 = 2 afp:encodings:_array_index:4 = 36 afp:encodings:_array_index:5 = 7 afp:encodings:_array_index:6 = 6 afp:encodings:_array_index:7 = 5 afp:encodings:_array_index:8 = 37 afp:encodings:_array_index:9 = 1 afp:encodings:_array_index:10 = 3 afp:encodings:_array_index:11 = 38 afp:encodings:_array_index:12 = 21 afp:encodings:_array_index:13 = 35 afp:SSHTunnel = no afp:idleDisconnectFlag:registeredUsers = no afp:idleDisconnectFlag:adminUsers = no afp:idleDisconnectFlag:guestUsers = no afp:idleDisconnectFlag:usersWithOpenFiles = no afp:recon1SrvrKeyTTLHrs = 168 afp:reconnectTTLInMin = 1440 afp:registerNSL = yes afp:reconnectFlag = "none" afp:sendGreetingOnce = no afp:allowRootLogin = no afp:specialAdminPrivs = no Kind Regards, Matthew L. Christy Tredyffrin/Easttown School District 738 First Avenue Berwyn, PA 19312 (610) 240-1845 email@hidden -----Original Message----- From: Matthew David [mailto:email@hidden] Sent: Wednesday, November 01, 2006 10:51 AM To: Christy, Matthew Subject: Re: I do not heart AFP "Christy, Matthew" <email@hidden> writes: >First I tried all that, I've followed the article extensively with no >relief of symptoms to the disable/sleep problem with the PPC version of Server installed (it did fix the grinding halt issues, but the disabled/asleep issues remained). I then took the advise of several people, and installed a fresh copy of OS X Universal, 10.4.7 (then ran 10.4.8 upgrade), and the problem still exists (I did not have to tune the server otherwise, they've seemed to got their act together with the other issues). > > > > I'm ready to ditch the xserver, cancel the order for the new Intel one >I just ordered, and go with a windows box. At least I can get reliable connections from that. I'm pro apple, I use Macs at home, I love them, but this just isn't working out. I have the teachers and the administrators of my school district breathing down my back for something I haven't been able to fix (and for no reason). > > > >SMB services on the xserver seem stable, but you have to understand that the department this server has been used by have done the same thing for years and years, and if I'm switching protocols entirely, then I'm going to go with something more "robust and reliable". > > > >I appreciate everyone's feedback, and I'm so glad that I'm not the only one having these issues. I have two things you can try, first ssh into your server and type this command: sudo serveradmin settings afp You'll get a long list of all your afp server settings. Firstly, you'll probably notice a setting called "afp:idleDisconectTime = 1448". This is the length of time that your clients can remain disabled/idle before they are booted off the server. The default value is 1448 min (or about 24hrs). To change this setting, type the following: sudo serveradmin settings afp:idleDisconnectTime = x (where x is the number of minutes you want to allow your clients to sleep before their connection is terminated) The other value to look at is afp "maxThreads = 40" (Note: since you upgraded to 10.4.7 Uni, this value may be higher). I set my maxThreads to 200 and it seems to be working good for me, you'll want to tinker with this value to find one that works for you. To change the maxThreads, type the following: sudo serveradmin settings afp:maxThreads = x (where x is the number of maxThreads your server makes available to the clients). Matthew David Sr. Educational IT Consultant, Robert Gordon & Associates Inc. www.robertgordon.com 2 Bloor St W Suite 100-109 Toronto, Ont. M4W 3E2 Cell: (416) 999-9279 Tel: (416) 690-0358 Fax: (416) 690-8146 _______________________________________________ Do not post admin requests to the list. 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