Subject: Re: MicroVAX I
To: None <,>
From: Johnny Billquist konsult <>
List: port-vax
Date: 03/25/1996 15:08:49
> I would also be concerned about available memory.  The few uVAX-I's I've
> seen use 512Kb memory boards (the same used for PDP-11s) and NetBSD does
> want a fair hunk of memory to run in.  Hopefully your systems are using
> larger memory boards or you'll need to stuff a lot of slots 8-)

Form what I remember, the max memory in a MVI is only <4Mb, since
it, as you said, stuff normal pdp-11 memory in there, and the
address limit of the Q-bus is 4Mb, and this memory is directly
on the Q-bus.
(The reason for "<4Mb" is that you need the I/O-page too...)