Subject: Re: Need a LAN! was: have hp300, need keyboard
To: None <port-hp300@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Cameron Blackwood <email@example.com>
Date: 02/15/1995 14:41:37
Jason Thorpe <firstname.lastname@example.org> said:
| Sounds like a machine I used to have :-)
Cool, lets for a recovery group :-)
| > I think its better to drop 1 Meg and gain NFS. Somehow I figure I
| > would get faster performance over NFS rather than getting binaries off
| > my HPIB (st506) disks (woof!).
| Heh - I have one of those beasties on my 380, on the slow hpib interface,
| too... woof.
I have a 'high performance' HPIB and a slow one. The drives are on the
high performance one and ZOOOOOOOOM at 182k per second (measured by
Iozone). The thing is a real speed monster when it starts to swap!
I shudder to consider performance on the slow interface! (300 baud! :-)
| > | 310: 16MHz 68010 (runs hp-ux 5 and PAM - bleah...)
| > | 320: 16MHz 68020 (ROMS prolly say `Rev. B')
| > | 350: ??MHz 68020 (I think 25, but I'm not sure...)
| > Its a '20, but in a HP300 box. I will have to have a look!
| Well, the 320 and the 350 just said ``300'' on the outside...
Doh! Rev. B rings a bell. I will pull out its brain and see what the
little crystal says :-).
| Jason R. Thorpe email@example.com
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