LAN Manager Client software allows your system to mount and access DOS, NT, and OS/2 filesystems on LAN Manager servers. See ``Administering and using LAN Manager Client'' for more information.
As for NFS, the performance of LMCFS is enhanced if
the client system can take advantage of read-aheads and asynchronous writes.
The size of the read-ahead buffer (in bytes) is controlled by the value of
the rawsize option modifier supplied to
Data that is read-ahead is discarded if it is not used
within the time set by the
value (in tenths of a second) of the udttl option modifier.
Asynchronous writes may be enabled using the async option
modifier. This carries an inherent risk of possible data loss should the
server crash before the data has been written to disk.