Subject: Re: My Mirror Is Slower Than Yours
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Brian D Chase <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 04/27/1999 13:45:41
On Tue, 27 Apr 1999 email@example.com wrote:
> In message <19990427210934.E709@jocelyn.rhein.de>, Ignatios Souvatzis writes:
> >Real men run www.de.netbsd.org on an Amiga 3000 without accellerator board.
> >(68030 @ 25 MHz, 256 bytes I-cache and 256 bytes write-through D-cache;
> > 16 MB of memory; slow narrow SCSI)
> >[Don't take this remark to serously... but the machine is authentic]
> I'd just like to point out that that, precisely, was the first machine I
> ran NetBSD on, and that my old ISP was, in fact, on that configuration
> (only with 8MB of memory for a year or so) exactly - plus an A2232 7-port
> serial card - for a couple of years, and it worked great.
Bah! *LUXORY* I tell you. You should be so lucky to have such a fast
processor available to you. See http://vaxine.bitcon.no/ which runs on a
MicroVAX II (a sub-MIP machine). Or when we get NetBSD/vax to support the
MicroVAX I... then we'll show you the meaning of a resource challenged
platform! It can have up to 4Megs of RAM and the CPU (implemented as two
separate quad sized Q-bus boards) zips along at a blindingly fast 300,000
instructions per second.
Brian "JARAI" Chase | http://world.std.com/~bdc/ | VAXZilla LIVES!!!