Subject: Re: HP/Apollo Question
To: None <port-hp300@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Thomas A. McLeary <email@example.com>
Date: 02/22/1996 07:05:51
At 8:32 AM 2/21/96, David Alan Gilbert wrote:
> You can boot 340's remotely - it works and works well - but....
>We have had hte problem that when rbootd is running on the server the
>server crawls to a halt (oops - rbootd is the bit which sends the
>HP specific boot loader).
>We are trying to get a discless 340 to boot off a discfull 340; unfortunatly
>running rbootd on the discfull 340 causes it to start running so slowly it
>misses keyboard characters. That shouldn't be a problem if your
>network is lightly loaded but ours is full to overflowing.
My overall topology will consist of:
- The HP/Apollo as an NFS server for home directories, print server, mail
- The diskless HP340 workstation booting off the HP/Apollo
- 12 PCs running Linux
- 1 SGI Iris
I would think this is a light loading as the ony time the PCs would be
running is during the UNIX class's lab time.
"Hell hath no fury like Bill Gates's scorn..."
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