Subject: Re: tlp or de?
To: Erik E. Fair <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Sean Davis <email@example.com>
Date: 11/30/2003 14:49:00
On Sun, Nov 30, 2003 at 10:37:48AM -0800, Erik E. Fair wrote:
> Well, either way, the NetBSD CPU probe report notes it under
> "extensions" at boot time, e.g.
> DIGITAL Server 3000 Model 3305 6500A, 500MHz, s/n NI82407HTJ
> 8192 byte page size, 1 processor.
> total memory = 512 MB
> (2096 KB reserved for PROM, 509 MB used by NetBSD)
> avail memory = 364 MB
> using 16300 buffers containing 127 MB of memory
> mainbus0 (root)
> cpu0 at mainbus0: ID 0 (primary), 21164A-2
> cpu0: Architecture extensions: 1<BWX>
Yes, that is an EV56; here on my EV5:
NetBSD 1.6ZE (JANE) #2: Mon Oct 27 12:22:55 EST 2003
Digital AlphaStation 600 5/266, 266MHz, s/n LOLWTF
8192 byte page size, 1 processor.
total memory = 128 MB
(2256 KB reserved for PROM, 125 MB used by NetBSD)
avail memory = 114 MB
using 817 buffers containing 6536 KB of memory
cpu0 at mainbus0: ID 0 (primary), 21164-0
Nothing about 'Architecture extensions' at all. But I've never had any
problems with any cards I've used in it, although that isn't a big number
(ahc, ADMtek AN985 tlp-clone, and an ISA modem)
(yes, the serial number actually is LOLWTF, I would have set it to something
more creative but the NetBSD kernel only prints ten bytes of it even though
SRM will happily store more than that ;)
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