Subject: Re: See NetBSD in Action (well, not yet ;)
To: David Maxwell <email@example.com>
From: Herb Peyerl <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 11/17/1999 08:16:15
David Maxwell <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Wed, Nov 17, 1999 at 03:52:56AM -0800, Todd Whitesel wrote:
> > > I need to generate an updated picture. Right now there's:
> > >
> > > - ppro/200 > > - ppro/200 > > - hp300 > > - ds5000/133
> > > - Mac Q700 > > - Shark > > - Alpha > > - Sun 4/690
> > > - Sun 3/80 > > - mvme167 > > - vax server 3100 > > - pc532
> > > - amiga 2500 > > - Next slab >
> Ok, but you're both listing multiple x86s, and in this list, even
> identical CPUs. Is this for most ports, or most machines?
I only listed the two ppro's because one is the fileserver for the rest
of the machines... We have multiple hp300's but only listed one. We have
a Sun 3/60 too but didn't list it.
I also didn't list the 60 sharks in the shark-tower.
> And to qualify, do they need to be in one room, or one house?
> - 1 * Sun3 (3/260)
> - 2 * Sparc ( 1, 10)
> - 3 * Amiga (2000/2500 - and 6 others not NetBSD capable)
> - 1 * Mac68k (575 LC040)
> - 6 * i386 (from 486 - PII-266)
> - 1 * m88k (quad 88100 - coming soon)
If you want to do 'total numbers', I can produce a substantially more
complicated and 'large' list.
I have over 100 running NetBSD machines in 3 countries and 2 continents.
I know people who have >100 NetBSD machines but they're all the same.