Subject: Re: VAX now runs multicpu!
To: Gunther Schadow <email@example.com>
From: Vance Dereksen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 05/30/2001 18:21:21
I thought the 11/785 was a uniprocessor successor to the 11/780 and the
11/784 was a quad-processor 11/780. Am I completely mistaken?
On Wed, 30 May 2001, Gunther Schadow wrote:
> Anders Magnusson wrote:
> > I just got a VAX 8350 with 3 CPUs to use all three processors.
> > I have tested it a little, and it seems to work quite fine :-)
> > It shouldn't be too hard to make it running on some funnier
> > machines, like the 8800 and the 6000 series.
> > The VAX 8350 system is probably the slowest multiprocessor system
> > that NetBSD will ever support; each CPU does about 2VUPS (~2MIPS) :-)
> Cool! Thanks, even more to look forward to when I finally have a storage
> setup :-) Slowest multi-CPU system? What about the 11/785? It should be
> 4 x 1 VUP, right? Has anyone ever seen one?
> Gunther Schadow, M.D., Ph.D. email@example.com
> Medical Information Scientist Regenstrief Institute for Health Care
> Adjunct Assistant Professor Indiana University School of Medicine
> tel:1(317)630-7960 http://aurora.regenstrief.org