Onyx RE2, 4*R10k, 2GB RAM, 4*RM4

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Onyx RE2, 4*R10k, 2GB RAM, 4*RM4

Unread postby jan-jaap » Sat Mar 17, 2007 12:17 pm

This one has been in mine since January or so, but lacking a long enough FDDI cable, it wasn't connected yet. This one used to be whiter's Onyx; I added the FDDI board.

hinv -vm:

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CPU Board at Slot 2: (Enabled)
  Processor 0 at Slot 2/Slice 0: 194 Mhz R10000 with 2 MB secondary cache (Enabled)
  Processor 1 at Slot 2/Slice 1: 194 Mhz R10000 with 2 MB secondary cache (Enabled)
  Processor 2 at Slot 2/Slice 2: 194 Mhz R10000 with 2 MB secondary cache (Enabled)
  Processor 3 at Slot 2/Slice 3: 194 Mhz R10000 with 2 MB secondary cache (Enabled)
CPU: MIPS R10000 Processor Chip Revision: 2.5
FPU: MIPS R10010 Floating Point Chip Revision: 2.5
Main memory size: 2048 Mbytes, 2-way interleaved
MC3 Memory Board at Slot 1: 2048 MB of memory (Enabled)
  Bank A contains 64 MB SIMMS (Enabled)
  Bank B contains 64 MB SIMMS (Enabled)
  Bank C contains 64 MB SIMMS (Enabled)
  Bank D contains 64 MB SIMMS (Enabled)
  Bank E contains 64 MB SIMMS (Enabled)
  Bank F contains 64 MB SIMMS (Enabled)
  Bank G contains 64 MB SIMMS (Enabled)
  Bank H contains 64 MB SIMMS (Enabled)
Instruction cache size: 32 Kbytes
Data cache size: 32 Kbytes
Secondary unified instruction/data cache size: 2 Mbytes
Integral SCSI controller 0: Version WD33C95A, single ended, revision 0
  CDROM: unit 4 on SCSI controller 0
Integral SCSI controller 1: Version WD33C95A, single ended, revision 0
Integral SCSI controller 2: Version WD33C95A, single ended, revision 1
Integral SCSI controller 3: Version WD33C95A, differential, revision 1
  Disk drive: unit 1 on SCSI controller 3 (unit 1)
Integral SCSI controller 4: Version WD33C95A, differential, revision 1
Integral EPC serial ports: 4
Integral EPC parallel port: Ebus slot 3
RealityEngineII Graphics Pipe 0 at IO Slot 3 Physical Adapter 2 (Fchip rev 2)
VME 100BaseTX Fast Ethernet: vfe0
XPI FDDI controller: xpi1, slot 3, adapter 6, firmware version 10310062000, DAS
XPI FDDI controller: xpi0, slot 3, adapter 6, firmware version 10310062000, DAS
Integral Ethernet controller: et0, Ebus slot 3
ATM VMA-200E OC-3: VME_bus_adapter 13, VME_A16_base_addr 0xc000, unit 1
I/O board, Ebus slot 3: IO4 revision 1
VME bus: adapter 13
VME bus: adapter 0 mapped to adapter 13
EPC external interrupts


gfxinfo:

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Graphics board 0 is "RES" graphics.
        Managed (":0.0") 1280x1024
        Display 1280x1024 @ 60Hz
        12 GE (GE10 rev. 0x7/011)
        4 RM4 boards (rev. 00112/00102/00112/00112)
        Large pixel depth
        10-bit RGBA pixels
        Not using Multi-Channel Option


All the IO4 daughtercards are the green, SE versions so I have 3 SE channels and 2 HVD channels. It is my intention to rewire the secondary internal scsi chain in the chassis to SE mode, and install the system disk and two nice 10K disks there.

I will use the two external HVD channels to hook up a SUN D1000 I picked up today (12*18GB 10K SCA internally, dual HVD channels externally).

Theoretically, I should be able to stripe a volume over 4 * 20MB/s channels. We'll soon discover how that goes.

Network is via FDDI, which gives proper 100MBit connectivity (unlike the VFE board). In the end I didn't install one of the FDDI connectors rather than remove the locking bars and a perspex air guidance sheet. That's OK, it's the secondary FDDI interface which I don't use anyway.
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