Subject: Re: NS638 RAM
To: None <email@example.com>
From: der Mouse <mouse@Rodents.Montreal.QC.CA>
Date: 03/19/2003 15:33:32
>> I'm tempted to drag out another KA630 and set myself up with a
>> two-CPU system with 9M each; perhaps someday I will....
> Does this work?
I don't recall specifically trying it, but I can't see any reason why
it wouldn't. I'll have to synthesize the ID jumpers to tell the second
CPU it _is_ a second CPU, but that's all I expect to need.
> I have two KA650... and two KA630...hmmmmmm NetBSD would spit,
> wouldn't it?
I would guess so, but that is just a guess. I wouldn't be using NetBSD
anyway, at least not in the usual way. (I may try to get them running
as independent hosts, using the interprocessor capabilities as a
network link. The NetBSD I'm running does not do multiprocessor, and
the other way has a lot more hack value besides. :)
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