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Conformance Statement

Product Standard: LMX Server

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1. LMX Server

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1.1 General SMB Issues

Question 1: Which SMB dialects do you support?

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Question 2: Which security levels do you support?

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Question 3: Which password encryption policy does your LMX server support?

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Question 4: Do you support the interoperation of SMB and (PC)NFS with respect to the additional features beyond those provided by XSI on the same CAE system?

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1.2 Networking Issues

Question 5: Is the SMB server capable of running over other remotely mounted XNFS file systems?

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Question 6: Which binding of NetBIOS to a transport protocol do you support?

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Question 7: Do you support additional mappings of LMX server names to NetBIOS names?

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Question 8: Do you support operation over more than a single subnetwork?

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Question 9: With RFC1001/1002 functionality, does your implementation support B Type or M Type Node?

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Question 10: With Top/NetBIOS, does your NDSE implementation support NDUA?

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1.3 Supported File and Print Options

Question 11: Do you support any file types other than file system subtrees and printers?

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Question 12: How does the LMX server deal with print modes?

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Question 13: Do you use printer set-up data?

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Question 14: Do you support any mapping for CAE filenames to DOS filenames beyond the minimal requirements defined in the specification?

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Question 15: For the extended protocols, do you honour case-sensitivity (bit 3 of SMB header smb_flag not set) and non-canonical pathnames (bit 4 of SMB header smb_flag not set)?

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Question 16: Do you support the following SMB file attributes?

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1.4 Interworking with CAE Applications and CAE-related Restrictions

Question 17: Do you support file interlocking between DOS and CAE applications with respect to deny-modes or byte-range locking?

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Question 18: If you support byte-range interlocking between CAE and PC applications, does this support 32-bit unsigned lock ranges

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Question 19: What are the maximum path lengths that you support from the root of the shared file system subtree?

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Question 20: Does the server perform any internal caching?

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Question 21: For the extended protocols, do you support locking timeouts?

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Question 22: Does the CAE umask value have an effect on files created by the LMX Server?

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Question 23: Is the effect of umask configurable?

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Question 24: Does the CAE ulimit value have an effect on files created by the LMX Server?

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Question 25: Is the effect of ulimit configurable?

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1.5 Options with Extended 2.0 Protocols

Question 26: For the extended 2.0 protocols, what is the maximum length of the long filename component that you support?

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Question 27: For the extended 2.0 protocols, do you support extended attributes?

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2. IPC Mechanisms

2.1 Scope of the Implementation

Question 1: Which of the following items are supported?

Named Pipes Yes   No
Class 1 Mailslots Yes   No
Class 2 Mailslots Yes   No
Messaging Yes   No

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2.2 Named Pipe APIs

Question 2: Which of the following optional interfaces are supported?

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Question 3: If DosOpen is supported, is there a way to specify the SMB account name and password for the named pipe usage?

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Question 4: Are named pipes inherited from a process to a child process?

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Question 5: What is the default maximum number of instances for a named pipe applied when NP_ICOUNT is set to 0xFF?

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2.3 Mailslot APIs

Question 6: What is the maximum size of message accepted by a Class 2 mailslot?

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Question 7: What priorities of mailslots are supported?

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3. Appendix

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