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joerg wrote: You have to install Patch 5086 first because SGI have merged the m and f stream together in .22 .


Does that mean there's nothing called "f" or "m" version of, say, 6.5.30?
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mapesdhs wrote: ramq writes:
> rather a misconfigured(?) Apache webserver that denys access to any webpage on that site.

So it's the site itself that is at fault? I'm confused, how does that result in users in certain locations not being
able to access the site, while it works ok for everyone else?

As I said, it could be that they for some bizarre reason are denying certain netblocks to their Apache webserver. By mistake or some other reason, I don't know. (Seems odd, really)
The mod_access in Apache is one possible option to deny access from certain netblocks and since I get a HTTP 403 (Access denied) response from the server itself, it proves I've got full availability all the way to their webserver, but I'm denied any material whatsoever from it.
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And I still can't access the site! Pity, cause I was in a buying-mood all of the sudden. Argh.
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Sorry Ian, but that sounds like utter bullshit to me.
Why?
Cause I could access ebid.net at the very first post you did in this thread and watched through all the stuff you had there. Now they've managed to block the whole site from the entire swedish region.
Why didn't they block Finland? Or Norway? Or...?

And why do they do this???

We have a quick solution to this dilemma: Someone please open up a proxy server for us swedish (or other "blocked" countries).
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No problem whatsoever on my funky R12k-300/V6 Octane2. It's a bit slow performing, but otherwise OK.
As with deBug, I get no segfaults.

Question: Can you make the spinning controllable, like in the SGI-demo "powerflip"?

And the last one... when will this hit Nekoware? :D
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Martin Steen wrote: It runs VERY slow on my Octane1. Without environment-mapping (press e to switch off),
it runs fast, but it looks only half as nice, of course ;)

It probably depends very much on what specific hardware you have. If you're using the older MGRAS-series of graphics (considering you mention specificly Octane1) I belive it can be slower. I don't believe it's that much CPU-bound cause the CPU isn't hitting top-spot, only using ~20-25% on R12k 300MHz.
(I'm no way certain, so anyone please correct me on this one)

Where can I find that powerflip demo?

It's part of the "Demonstration Programs" package on the Applications CD for IRIX 6.5.
Once installed you'll find the binary either through the desktop, or launch it using:

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/usr/demos/General_Demos/powerflip/RUN

Another feature I'd like to see is to make it run in a window mode as an option.
And be able to zoom beyond the border of the screen making a really deep detail view.
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I know I had the "cpu eater" as a possible screensaver option, but I'm trying to find out in what package it is hidden in. One way to find out is using swmgr and click "Manage installed software" and by using Ctrl+F search files from there. Be sure to include files in the search.

I know it lives in my Fuel, but it's at home and I've had little time to spare at evening time for some days now. All my install media are at home too, so I'm out of luck at the moment. (Some Octane Demos CD's maybe?)
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Nice work!

And that cow is hollow... :)
(By looking underneath)

Other features I might find handy:
- different rotaional speed using command line arguments
- change rotaional speed using the mouse left button (like the SGI 'powerflip' demo)

About that second option; You can today rotate the object in whatever speed you'd like using mouse motion while holding the left mousebutton, but once you release the mousebutton it could remain in that speed. Kind of getting the feeling of "pushing up" the speed of it and let it continue to run.

I know these are just plain ridicoulus features, but I have a sense this application wasn't ment for the market-driven enterprise production enviroments either? :D

Now for everyone else to start posting different cool enviroment-maps!
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edefault wrote: did a little googlin´ ... CPU eater is a wallpaper and once came with demos.sw, dunno in which IRIX version.

You are absolutely right - it's a "living" wallpaper. I gotta find out where it's originated from...
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And I'm sitting with two BCM5703-based GbE cards that I'd absolutely love to stick into my Octane + Origin2k.
Hmmm.
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canavan wrote: and there's also a list of "acceptable" PCI ids (and there's only one for the 5704):
http://forums.nekochan.net/viewtopic.php?p=22940#p22940


Thank YOU!
Browsed through the list and found this link for the BCM5703:
http://pci-ids.ucw.cz/iii//?i=14e41647

It mentions SGI IO9 which sounds like IP35-territory to me?
Google results post IO9 as a ISP12160A adapter, which is SCSI... Further results points at this being a combined board in the Tezro for a complete SCSI, LAN + others board.
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Apparently I wasn't looking carefully enough, so I missed the part where Linux 'lspci -vv' reported my card as a BCM5703X (notice the 'X'), which maps to no SGI hardware in the Linux pci.ids database. The BCM5701, BCM5703 and BCM5704 chips are equivalent to SGI IO9 hardware.
I did however changed the PCI-ID to 10a9:8010, but no card seems to show up in hinv on the Origin2k+shoehorn.

Looks like this NC7771 (DEGXA-TA) card is a dead end. I'd better hunt down a proper NC7770 (BCM5703 chip) and start over from there.
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What's funky enough about the Belkin, is that it only show two OHCI ports. Perhaps it's two "channels" and it makes up a hub of two ports each? I don't know, but in the end it might show that the Fuel can only handle two ports on the four-port Belkin. I have to investigate this further when I find the time...
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jan-jaap wrote: Hah, wait 'till you see this: http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?Vi ... 0270475112
Two Tezro's, in Sweden, for $1000.

Aaargh! And I'm usually looking out on eBay daily or atleast some times a week, and now this... *bangs head to desk*
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Too bad you're across the world, otherwise it would be a perfect deal.
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Jan-jaap & Canavan:

Thanks for all the help! It's times like these I can't stop thinking of what if this forum didn't excist?
I owe you a beer when anyone of you happen to cross northern parts of Sweden. ;)

EDIT: I feel ridiculous. For whatever reason my brain had a meltdown the other day, but when Canavan shed some light on this it got clear.
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Well, to sum things up a little bit around this thread, I hereby posting a complete solution to fix both issues; PCI-ID and cosmetic "OBSOLETE" message.

Short instruction: Fire up a live-CD with Linux on some x86 box with the card installed. (even 32bit/33MHz slots works fine)
Make sure the live-CD has Ethtool installed and to verify things you need 'lspci' (PCI-UTILS package) to list the PCI cards in the machine.

Then, simply run this script:

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#!/bin/bash
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0xa4 value 0x80
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0xa5 value 0x11
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0xa6 value 0x10
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0xa7 value 0xa9
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x100 value 0x82
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x101 value 0x20
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x102 value 0x00
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x103 value 0x53
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x104 value 0x47
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x105 value 0x49
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x106 value 0x20
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x107 value 0x47
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x108 value 0x69
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x109 value 0x67
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x10A value 0x61
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x10B value 0x62
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x10C value 0x69
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x10D value 0x74
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x10E value 0x20
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x10F value 0x45
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x110 value 0x74
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x111 value 0x68
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x112 value 0x65
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x113 value 0x72
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x114 value 0x6E
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x115 value 0x65
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x116 value 0x74
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x117 value 0x20
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x118 value 0x43
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x119 value 0x6F
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x11A value 0x6E
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x11B value 0x74
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x11C value 0x72
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x11D value 0x6F
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x11E value 0x6C
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x11F value 0x6C
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x120 value 0x65
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x121 value 0x72
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x122 value 0x00
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x123 value 0x90
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x124 value 0x5A
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x125 value 0x00
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x126 value 0x50
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x127 value 0x4E
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x128 value 0x07
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x129 value 0x39
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x12A value 0x32
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x12B value 0x31
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x12C value 0x30
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x12D value 0x32
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x12E value 0x38
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x12F value 0x39
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x130 value 0x45
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x131 value 0x43
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x132 value 0x04
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x133 value 0x30
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x134 value 0x30
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x135 value 0x30
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x136 value 0x32
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x137 value 0x53
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x138 value 0x4E
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x139 value 0x0A
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x13A value 0x57
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x13B value 0x45
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x13C value 0x43
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x13D value 0x52
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x13E value 0x46
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x13F value 0x46
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x140 value 0x36
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x141 value 0x41
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x142 value 0x38
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x143 value 0x39
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x144 value 0x4D
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x145 value 0x4E
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x146 value 0x04
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x147 value 0x31
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x148 value 0x30
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x149 value 0x42
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x14A value 0x37
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x14B value 0x52
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x14C value 0x56
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x14D value 0x32
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x14E value 0x78
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x14F value 0x00
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x150 value 0x00
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x151 value 0x00
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x152 value 0x00
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x153 value 0x00
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x154 value 0x00
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x155 value 0x00
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x156 value 0x00
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x157 value 0x00
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x158 value 0x00
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x159 value 0x00
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x15A value 0x00
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x15B value 0x00
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x15C value 0x00
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x15D value 0x00
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x15E value 0x00
ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x669955aa offset 0x15F value 0x00

And that's all there is to it - nothing more, nothing less.

I've successully done three cards so far and that covered my needs, atleast for the time beeing.
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If Indigos gets you going, I might have a few coming up in a few weeks. Swedish keyboards, of course.
(I suspect lowly R3k/XS24 machines though...)

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I might aim for a R3k + R4k variant to keep in my collection. The rest have to be passed on to other collectors. :-)
For whatever reason, the Indigio is rather cool for its age...

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No "UNSUPPORTED" messages showing up?
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Hi,

For whatever reason, we're investigating/learning IPv6 on our (me + friend of mine) lab network where a couple of x86, sparc, alpha and of course mips machines are running. IPv6 under Linux/x86 seems pretty solid:

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[email protected]:/# host -t AAAA ipv6.google.com
ipv6.google.com is an alias for ipv6.l.google.com.
ipv6.l.google.com has IPv6 address 2001:4860:a003::68
[email protected]:/# host 2001:4860:a003::68
8.6.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.3.0.0.a.0.6.8.4.1.0.0.2.ip6.arpa domain name pointer fx-in-x68.google.com.
[email protected]:/#

However, doing the same thing under IRIX seems rather broken?

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speedo 2# host -t AAAA ipv6.google.com
ipv6.google.com is an alias for ipv6.l.google.com.
ipv6.l.google.com has AAAA address 2001:4860:a003::68
speedo 3# host 2001:4860:a003::68
Host \[x20014860A00300000000000000000068/128].ip6.arpa not found: 1(FORMERR)
speedo 4#

Anyone have a clue what's going on?

Further oddities:

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speedo 5# host -n 2001:4860:a003::68
Host 8.6.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.3.0.0.a.0.6.8.4.1.0.0.2.ip6.int not found: 3(NXDOMAIN)
speedo 6#

...which seems about right. IP6.INT is obsolete.
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6.5.30m you say...
I'm running 6.5.30 f , in case that makes any difference?

I've already added IPv6-related in nsswitch.conf:

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ipnodes:                dns(ip6_rtld="ip6.arpa.") files

It looks like it's "sort of" working, but the reverse-IP6 lookup still doesn't.

nekonoko : I don't see a link to a patch somewhere in that thread? The thread involves a whole other issue where in older versions of IRIX they pointed to IP6.INT (which is deprecated by now) instead of IP6.ARPA. This is fixed in later versions of IRIX:

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speedo 7# strings /var/ns/lib/libns_dns.so | grep ip6
ip6.arpa.
ip6_rtld
speedo 8#

Infact, we're using IP6.ARPA already:

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speedo 11# host 2001:4860:a003::68
Host \[x20014860A00300000000000000000068/128].ip6.arpa not found: 1(FORMERR)
speedo 12#


I'm beginning to think the 'host' utility is broken? (FORMERR message seems obvious, = Format Error)
Any other ideas?

bplaa.yai : How did you set up you IPv6 that could differ from mine? Could you provide a 'cksum' of /usr/sbin/host?

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speedo 25# cksum /usr/sbin/host
3313214999 1299676 /usr/sbin/host
speedo 26#
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nekonoko wrote: That was more in reply to porter; as he's running 6.5.22 and it is known to be broken in that regard. You didn't indicate which version of IRIX you were using, so it was hard to say one way or another if that was something you needed to look at as well.

Ah. My mistake.
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Darn. You beat me to the SAS drive test.
All because my Fuel is still at your warehouse... ;)
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I've got a couple of Seagate ST973402SS drives I want to evaluate. :D
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Most probably, yes.
I've got access to those drives as well, but since you already covered them...
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mapesdhs wrote:
I just used an internal-only SAS card btw (4-port), from here .

I use the very same cables that is supplied with that particular adapter and they're great! Fits both SAS and SATA drives on it.

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I have, for whatever reason, a copy of an old invoice from SGI Stockholm dated 12th nov 1999:

  • XBOX-DS - Gigachannel expansion cabinet, deskside version: 64.300 SEK
  • PCI-SCSIB-Q-DF-1P - Differential Ultra SCSI for Octane: 5.100 SEK
  • HU-2P300 - Upgrade to 2x300MHz R12000 for Octane: 105.500 SEK
  • CR-2CPU-175/195 - Credit for return of dual R10k-175/195 CPU: -19.200 SEK
  • WT5-1P300SE9 - Octane/SE, R12000 300MHz, 256MB, 9GB, monitor: 191.700 SEK
  • SC4-AWE-6.5 - IRIX 6.5 Advanced Workstation Enviroment (O2, Octane, Onyx2): 3.400 SEK

These are rated in SEK (Swedish Kronor) so you'd do the conversion from SEK to GBP. ;)
For whatever reason there were no purchase that time, apart from the Diff-SCSI HBA. I think I recall that the department who needed the bits thought it was too expensive...
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It would be fun to know the list price on a 16-proc O3800 were at the time...
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Holy crap. That's some serious hardware right there!
Was the dual-V12/DCD a lucky score or did you use the big bucks?
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I'd say, in this order from noisiest to quietest:

Fuel, Octane, O2

I don't know but I'm on my third Fuel and that PSU fan is killing me. On full blow 3200rpm it's not a pleasant surprise!
(gone through replacing all the fans except PSU on my Fuel)
The Octane noise never bothered me that much and it ain't picky about fan RPMs either, so anything keeping a somewhat reasonable CFM-rating would suffice. On the Fuel you have to keep in mind both RPM and CFM-ratings, so it's a little bit tricky...

The O2 is kind of special. If you're R5k-class it's got only the PSU fan and it's easily replaced with a (much) quieter one. If it's R10k-class its got a CPU-fan too and they can be a little bit trickier to find a version that is quiet, but it's certainly doable.
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Wait. You converted netapp disks into silly regular drives? I've got loads of regular drives and 3 netapps without drives. Netapp firmware drives don't grow on trees ...

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I'd love to see 'fwdl' from this guy:
http://www.tc.umn.edu/~erick205/Projects/index.html

It should compile without too much hassle under IRIX, so basicly it's just the packageing that needs to be done.
The utility itself downloads firmware onto Seagate harddrives and would make life easier to flash harddrives.

Also, there's a package called 'sg3-utils' which can format harddrives using 512byte/block or 520byte/block.

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Argh...
Well I should have looked more carefully at this.

Thanks anyway.

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The diskboxes don't, if you want to run them as JBOD on software RAID or whatever OS you point at it.
However, if you have a NetApp filer head you absolutely require NetApp approved firmware on them for them to work, otherwise your filer will shutdown in 24 hours. There are certain Seagate and Hitachi models out there which can be flashed to NetApp firmware for them to work on NetApp NAS filers, but currently only Seagate models seem to be successful.

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I'd take it if:

* It's without CPUs. That way I could move one of my quad-700s into the Tezro.
* Shipping would be available to Europe.

Heck, even a dead Tezro would be nice since I could gut one of the O350s mobo/CPU and make it live again...
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Hmm... should I gamble again? Last time I won the lottery I got quad-500 C-bricks and quad-700 O350 bricks.
I'm willing to take this, but I see other Nekochanners are thinking the same? :-)

EDIT: Well, I just bid on it just to keep a close eye on the auction, only $100.99 and first lead. If someone is in dying need of this - hell, just bid above that. One thing is for sure; this thing will probably rise to several hundreds by the end of the auction anyway. If someone in here wants it, be my guest.
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Wow. That's some ancient iron.
Those aren't speed demons, but can run HockeyP/UX.

We used to have one D230 and a couple of K460 machines at work which was scrapped (gave away) around 2001 and then I almost forgot about them. We had a few of those Jamaica diskboxes too and I found out that the 9GB drives had a funky HVD<->LVD SCSI converter. I'd imagine the market steered away from the whole HVD-SCSI market by then and they still had these Jamaicas in production at customers who demanded bigger drives than 2 or 4GB.

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May I present 'Venom', my newly downsized Origin 350 multi-brick config!
This is what's left at the moment from my rescent aquire and is trimmed down to a more manageable size (=less powerdraw).

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hinv -vm
Location: /hw/module/001c01/node
IP53_4CPU Board: barcode MXD727     part 030-1868-001 rev -C
Location: /hw/module/001c01/IXbrick/xtalk/15
2U_INT_53 Board: barcode MTZ152     part 030-1809-003 rev -B
Location: /hw/module/001c01/IXbrick/xtalk/15/pci-x/0/1/ioc4
IO9 Board: barcode MTS407     part 030-1771-005 rev -A
Location: /hw/module/001c02/node
IP53_4CPU Board: barcode MXM753     part 030-1868-001 rev -C
Location: /hw/module/001c02/IXbrick/xtalk/15
2U_INT_53 Board: barcode MTC260     part 030-1809-003 rev -A
Location: /hw/module/001c02/IXbrick/xtalk/15/pci-x/0/1/ioc4
IO9 Board: barcode MTS540     part 030-1771-005 rev -A
Location: /hw/module/001c03/node
IP53_4CPU Board: barcode MTA290     part 030-1868-001 rev -C
Location: /hw/module/001c03/IXbrick/xtalk/15
2U_INT_53 Board: barcode MTC253     part 030-1809-003 rev -A
Location: /hw/module/001c04/node
IP53_4CPU Board: barcode MTA291     part 030-1868-001 rev -C
Location: /hw/module/001c04/IXbrick/xtalk/15
2U_INT_53 Board: barcode MTV599     part 030-1809-003 rev -A
Location: /hw/module/001r05/router
ROUTER Board: barcode MVA352     part 030-1634-003 rev -A
16 700 MHZ IP35 Processors
CPU: MIPS R16000 Processor Chip Revision: 2.1
FPU: MIPS R16010 Floating Point Chip Revision: 2.1
CPU 0 at Module 001c01/Slot 0/Slice A: 700 Mhz MIPS R16000 Processor Chip (enabled)
Processor revision: 2.1. Scache: Size 4 MB Speed 350 Mhz  Tap 0xc
CPU 1 at Module 001c01/Slot 0/Slice B: 700 Mhz MIPS R16000 Processor Chip (enabled)
Processor revision: 2.1. Scache: Size 4 MB Speed 350 Mhz  Tap 0xc
CPU 2 at Module 001c01/Slot 0/Slice C: 700 Mhz MIPS R16000 Processor Chip (enabled)
Processor revision: 2.1. Scache: Size 4 MB Speed 350 Mhz  Tap 0xc
CPU 3 at Module 001c01/Slot 0/Slice D: 700 Mhz MIPS R16000 Processor Chip (enabled)
Processor revision: 2.1. Scache: Size 4 MB Speed 350 Mhz  Tap 0xc
CPU 4 at Module 001c02/Slot 0/Slice A: 700 Mhz MIPS R16000 Processor Chip (enabled)
Processor revision: 2.1. Scache: Size 4 MB Speed 350 Mhz  Tap 0xc
CPU 5 at Module 001c02/Slot 0/Slice B: 700 Mhz MIPS R16000 Processor Chip (enabled)
Processor revision: 2.1. Scache: Size 4 MB Speed 350 Mhz  Tap 0xc
CPU 6 at Module 001c02/Slot 0/Slice C: 700 Mhz MIPS R16000 Processor Chip (enabled)
Processor revision: 2.1. Scache: Size 4 MB Speed 350 Mhz  Tap 0xc
CPU 7 at Module 001c02/Slot 0/Slice D: 700 Mhz MIPS R16000 Processor Chip (enabled)
Processor revision: 2.1. Scache: Size 4 MB Speed 350 Mhz  Tap 0xc
CPU 8 at Module 001c03/Slot 0/Slice A: 700 Mhz MIPS R16000 Processor Chip (enabled)
Processor revision: 2.1. Scache: Size 4 MB Speed 350 Mhz  Tap 0xc
CPU 9 at Module 001c03/Slot 0/Slice B: 700 Mhz MIPS R16000 Processor Chip (enabled)
Processor revision: 2.1. Scache: Size 4 MB Speed 350 Mhz  Tap 0xc
CPU 10 at Module 001c03/Slot 0/Slice C: 700 Mhz MIPS R16000 Processor Chip (enabled)
Processor revision: 2.1. Scache: Size 4 MB Speed 350 Mhz  Tap 0xc
CPU 11 at Module 001c03/Slot 0/Slice D: 700 Mhz MIPS R16000 Processor Chip (enabled)
Processor revision: 2.1. Scache: Size 4 MB Speed 350 Mhz  Tap 0xc
CPU 12 at Module 001c04/Slot 0/Slice A: 700 Mhz MIPS R16000 Processor Chip (enabled)
Processor revision: 2.1. Scache: Size 4 MB Speed 350 Mhz  Tap 0xc
CPU 13 at Module 001c04/Slot 0/Slice B: 700 Mhz MIPS R16000 Processor Chip (enabled)
Processor revision: 2.1. Scache: Size 4 MB Speed 350 Mhz  Tap 0xc
CPU 14 at Module 001c04/Slot 0/Slice C: 700 Mhz MIPS R16000 Processor Chip (enabled)
Processor revision: 2.1. Scache: Size 4 MB Speed 350 Mhz  Tap 0xc
CPU 15 at Module 001c04/Slot 0/Slice D: 700 Mhz MIPS R16000 Processor Chip (enabled)
Processor revision: 2.1. Scache: Size 4 MB Speed 350 Mhz  Tap 0xc
Main memory size: 4096 Mbytes
Instruction cache size: 32 Kbytes
Data cache size: 32 Kbytes
Secondary unified instruction/data cache size: 4 Mbytes
Memory at Module 001c01/Slot 0: 1024 MB (enabled)
Bank 0 contains 512 MB (Premium) DIMMS (enabled)
Bank 1 contains 512 MB (Premium) DIMMS (enabled)
Memory at Module 001c02/Slot 0: 1024 MB (enabled)
Bank 0 contains 512 MB (Premium) DIMMS (enabled)
Bank 1 contains 512 MB (Premium) DIMMS (enabled)
Memory at Module 001c03/Slot 0: 1024 MB (enabled)
Bank 0 contains 512 MB (Premium) DIMMS (enabled)
Bank 1 contains 512 MB (Premium) DIMMS (enabled)
Memory at Module 001c04/Slot 0: 1024 MB (enabled)
Bank 0 contains 512 MB (Premium) DIMMS (enabled)
Bank 1 contains 512 MB (Premium) DIMMS (enabled)
ROUTER in Module 001c01/Slot 0: Revision 1: Active Ports [2,3,4,5,] (enabled)
Integral SCSI controller 19: Version IDE (ATA/ATAPI) IOC4
Integral SCSI controller 2: Version IDE (ATA/ATAPI) IOC4
CDROM: unit 0 on SCSI controller 2
Integral SCSI controller 20: Version QL12160, low voltage differential
Integral SCSI controller 21: Version QL12160, low voltage differential
Integral SCSI controller 0: Version QL12160, low voltage differential
Disk drive: unit 1 on SCSI controller 0 (unit 1)
Integral SCSI controller 1: Version QL12160, low voltage differential
IOC3/IOC4 serial port: tty27
IOC3/IOC4 serial port: tty28
IOC3/IOC4 serial port: tty29
IOC3/IOC4 serial port: tty30
IOC3/IOC4 serial port: tty23
IOC3/IOC4 serial port: tty24
IOC3/IOC4 serial port: tty25
IOC3/IOC4 serial port: tty26
Gigabit Ethernet: tg6, module 001c02, PCI bus 1 slot 4
Integral Gigabit Ethernet: tg0, module 001c01, PCI bus 1 slot 4
PCI Adapter ID (vendor 0x10a9, device 0x100a) PCI slot 1
PCI Adapter ID (vendor 0x1077, device 0x1216) PCI slot 3
PCI Adapter ID (vendor 0x14e4, device 0x1645) PCI slot 4
PCI Adapter ID (vendor 0x10a9, device 0x100a) PCI slot 1
PCI Adapter ID (vendor 0x1077, device 0x1216) PCI slot 3
PCI Adapter ID (vendor 0x14e4, device 0x1645) PCI slot 4
IOC4 firmware revision 79
IOC4 firmware revision 79
IOC3/IOC4 external interrupts: 6
IOC3/IOC4 external interrupts: 1
HUB in Module 001c01/Slot 0: Revision 2 Speed 200.00 Mhz (enabled)
HUB in Module 001c02/Slot 0: Revision 2 Speed 200.00 Mhz (enabled)
HUB in Module 001c03/Slot 0: Revision 2 Speed 200.00 Mhz (enabled)
HUB in Module 001c04/Slot 0: Revision 2 Speed 200.00 Mhz (enabled)
IP35prom in Module 001c01/Slot n0: Revision 6.210
IP35prom in Module 001c02/Slot n0: Revision 6.210
IP35prom in Module 001c03/Slot n0: Revision 6.210
IP35prom in Module 001c04/Slot n0: Revision 6.210


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l1cmd serial all

Data                            Location      Value
------------------------------  ------------  --------
Local System Serial Number      NVRAM         M2100629
Reference System Serial Number  NVRAM         M2100629
Local Brick Serial Number       EEPROM        MTZ152
Reference Brick Serial Number   NVRAM         MTZ152


EEPROM      Product Name    Serial      Part Number           Rev  T/W
----------  --------------  ----------  --------------------  ---  ------
INTERFACE   2U_INT_53       MTZ152      030_1809_003          B    00
IO9         IO9             MTS407      030_1771_005          A    00
ODYSSEY     no hardware detected
RISER       2U_RISER        MXN357      030_1808_005          A    00
NODE        IP53_4CPU       MXD727      030_1868_001          C    00

EEPROM     JEDEC-SPD Info           Part Number        Rev Speed  SGI
---------- ------------------------ ------------------ --- ------ --------
DIMM 0     CE000000000000005FF40800 M3 46L6510BT1-CA0  0B   10.0  NO DATA
DIMM 2     no hardware detected
DIMM 4     no hardware detected
DIMM 6     no hardware detected
DIMM 1     CE000000000000005FC80C00 M3 46L6510BT1-CA0  0B   10.0  NO DATA
DIMM 3     no hardware detected
DIMM 5     no hardware detected
DIMM 7     no hardware detected


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l1cmd env
Environmental monitoring is enabled and running.

Description    State       Warning Limits     Fault Limits       Current
-------------- ----------  -----------------  -----------------  -------
12V   Disabled  10%  10.80/ 13.20  20%   9.60/ 14.40   12.06
12V    Enabled  10%  10.80/ 13.20  20%   9.60/ 14.40   12.06
5V    Enabled  10%   4.50/  5.50  20%   4.00/  6.00    4.97
3.3V    Enabled  10%   2.97/  3.63  20%   2.64/  3.96    3.32
12V IO    Enabled  10%  10.80/ 13.20  20%   9.60/ 14.40   12.06
5V aux    Enabled  10%   4.50/  5.50  20%   4.00/  6.00    5.04
3.3V aux    Enabled  10%   2.97/  3.63  20%   2.64/  3.96    3.27
5V aux    Enabled  10%   4.50/  5.50  20%   4.00/  6.00    5.04
3.3V    Enabled  10%   2.97/  3.63  20%   2.64/  3.96    3.32
2.5V    Enabled  10%   2.25/  2.75  20%   2.00/  3.00    2.51
1.8V    Enabled  10%   1.62/  1.98  20%   1.44/  2.16    1.78
3.3V aux   Disabled  10%   2.97/  3.63  20%   2.64/  3.96    3.27
XIO 12V bias   Disabled  10%  10.80/ 13.20  20%   9.60/ 14.40    0.00
XIO 5V   Disabled  10%   4.50/  5.50  20%   4.00/  6.00    0.00
XIO 2.5V   Disabled  10%   2.25/  2.75  20%   2.00/  3.00    0.00
XIO 3.3V aux   Disabled  10%   2.97/  3.63  20%   2.64/  3.96    0.00
NODE0 3.3V aux    Enabled  10%   2.97/  3.63  20%   2.64/  3.96    3.27
NODE0 5V aux    Enabled  10%   4.50/  5.50  20%   4.00/  6.00    5.04
NODE0 12V    Enabled  10%  10.80/ 13.20  20%   9.60/ 14.40   12.00
NODE0 SRAM    Enabled  10%   2.25/  2.75  20%   2.00/  3.00    2.50
NODE0 1.5V    Enabled  10%   1.35/  1.65  20%   1.20/  1.80    1.49
NODE0 CPU    Enabled  10%   1.13/  1.38  20%   1.00/  1.50    1.25

Description    State       Warning RPM  Current RPM
-------------- ----------  -----------  -----------
FAN 0  EXHST 1    Enabled         2160         2305
FAN 1  EXHST 2    Enabled         2160         2305
FAN 2       PS    Enabled         1575         1980
FAN 3    PCI 1    Enabled         2160         2589
FAN 4    PCI 2    Enabled         2160         2877

Advisory   Critical   Fault      Current
Description    State       Temp       Temp       Temp       Temp
-------------- ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ---------
INTERFACE 0       Enabled   31C/ 87F   48C/118F   55C/131F    5C/ 41F -23-
INTERFACE 1       Enabled   31C/ 87F   48C/118F   55C/131F    6C/ 42F -23-
INTERFACE 2       Enabled   31C/ 87F   48C/118F   55C/131F   11C/ 51F -13-
PCI RISER         Enabled   31C/ 87F   48C/118F   55C/131F   10C/ 50F -11-
ODYSSEY          Disabled
NODE              Enabled   31C/ 87F   48C/118F   55C/131F    8C/ 46F -14-
BEDROCK           Enabled   31C/ 87F   48C/118F   55C/131F    3C/ 37F -31-


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scsicontrol -i /dev/scsi/sc*
/dev/scsi/sc0d1l0:  Disk          COMPAQ  BD1468A4B5      HPB8
ANSI vers 3, ISO ver: 0, ECMA ver: 0; supports:  16bit synch linkedcmds cmdqueing
Device is  ready
/dev/scsi/sc2d0l0:  CD-ROM        MATSHITADVD-ROM SR-8178 PZ21
ANSI vers 0, ISO ver: 0, ECMA ver: 0; supports:
Device is  not ready


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/sbin/diskpatch -v
sc0d1l0:  Disk         COMPAQ  BD1468A4B5      HPB8  Serial: J405XJ1K
:O3200: :Fuel: :Indy: :O3x02L:
recondas wrote: Very nice! Any plans to add graphics?

Well, yes and no. I'm planning on incorporating the famous "V10 hack", but it's on very low priority cause I currently don't need graphics on it, other than for fun. A little FW-card and USB will probably pimp this machine a little further, but nothing planned further than that.
Well, apart from memory that is. (Currently I have some 2GB kits in hopefully a couple of weeks.)

BTW, were you able to use the pin-out information to set up a power supply for your L2 controller? Like you, I have two systems with L2 controllers, and have I've found the L3 software to be very handy as an overall controller/remote monitoring tool for both systems.

Well, actually I haven't had time for it yet. Had some spare time this weekend to fire up this thing, plus diagnosing other bricks, etc. I'll probably measure the pinout next time I'll dedicate time for the O3800 system + power measuring.
So far this hasn't been a problem though, since the L3 software takes care of all my needs so far. Only drawback is that L1-reconfigs (changing rack/slot numbers + associated reboot) crap things up on the little Linux-bugger, so I have to reboot it every time I make such changes.
:O3200: :Fuel: :Indy: :O3x02L: