If I try to transfer a directory with mixed data (png, bmp, dll, exe) that contains about 2500 files, the file transfer slows down significantly after transferring about 1400 files. The files are transfered via network and Microsoft File Sharing. Once the problem arises, the file access on the solidified IPC itself is slow too. It doesn't matter if the solidifier runs in Update mode or if it's enabled. Along with the problem there are many entries in the solidcore.log:
ERROR: shadowfops.c 19: swin_log_error: oplock break in progress
If I use Teamviewer for the file transfer, everything is fine.
I'm using McAfee Solidcore on an Industrial PC (IPC) that runs with Windows 7 embedded (no Windows Filters like FBWF active). The Solidifier is installed as a standalone software, it's not administrated via ePO. Solidifier runs with its standard settings. The problem arises on different hardware platforms, it can be observed with version 6.2 and 7.0. It dowsn't help to turn off the discover-updaters feature.
When you say Solidcore, are you using the Application Control, Change Control or Integrity Monitor component? In regards to the transfer what is the source and destination relative to your system that is running Solidcore? Is there any AV software running on the endpoint that performs on-access (real-time) scanning?
I'm using Application Control. There's no other software installed, especially no anti virus. The file transfer is from a workplace PC (lots of software and AV) to the IPC that runs with Application Control. It works normal if I disable Application Control and I get the problem once it is enabled.
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