Subject: Re: data general aviion identification
To: None <>
From: salo <>
List: port-m88k
Date: 07/09/2001 20:27:32
On Mon, Jul 09, 2001 at 02:18:08PM -0400, Allen Briggs wrote:
> Hmmm...  The m88200 is a "cache memory management unit" (CMMU), not
> a CPU.  It's a companion chip to the m88100 CPU.  There are usually
> 2 CMMUs for each CPU (one for data, and one for instructions), although
> you sometimes find several CMMUs for data and/or instructions.  Can you
> check the chips a little more carefully?

ah. so it seems that there are only one usable. because it has 6 m88100 cpus
on two cpu boards in the upper side of mainboard. and other ones have only
those m88200 cmmus - no cpus though.

> Are these rack-mount, standalone, deskside, or desktop?

probably deskside - they looks like this
on those cpu boards is copyright from 1990.


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