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OS X Server quits responding to SMB requests.

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I have an Apple OS X server that has been driving me crazy.  The office uses it for public files but it quits responding to SMB requests after a couple of hours.  When rebooted it's fine for a while.

Currently running 10.6.5

Where do I need to start to troubleshoot this?
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There may be a conflict with another machine taking over the master browser role for the workgroup. Try changing the Mac server's workgroup in the Windows share settings and see if it stays alive.
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Problem continued through a Lion upgrade.  I just upgraded to ML and it seems to be working so far.  Although I never found a solution it seemed to be something with the TCP ports no longer connecting.  I don't know why they would get jammed up but it always took a reboot to fix it.
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