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Re: Sunfire v880 with XVR-4000

Unread postby Irinikus » Thu Sep 14, 2017 6:54 am

Today I bought the XVR-4000, So I will have something rather interesting to play with in the near future!

This is one rather rare piece of hardware and as a result, there are basically no pictures of it available on the internet at all, so I will post some high res pics of it once I have in my possession.

It will be extremely interesting to see how a Sun Fire v880 with 6 ultrasparc iii cu 1.2 GHz CPU's and a XVR-4000 fitted compare to an SGI Tezro!
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Re: Sunfire v880

Unread postby escimo » Thu Sep 14, 2017 7:54 am

Ui! Congratulations! - "the bay"?
Irinikus wrote:It will be extremely interesting to see how a Sun Fire v880 with 6 ultrasparc iii cu 1.2 GHz CPU's and a XVR-4000 fitted compare to an SGI Tezro!
I suppose the then compiled "V880z" will outperform the Tezro even with Soalris OE default configuration, at least in "banging out". ;-D

How you plan to compare it?
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Re: Sunfire v880

Unread postby Irinikus » Thu Sep 14, 2017 8:13 am

escimo wrote:Ui! Congratulations! - "the bay"?


I bought it from a company in England that specializes in Sun systems, I'm going to be getting my V880 from them as well.

I am going to be paying a Premium for the V880, but I don't mind, considering that it's in new, open box condition.

I've seen people running the Likes of Quake 3 on SUN systems, if I can maybe get Quake 3 running on both systems, for example, then I can maybe compare their 3D performance from a gaming point of view?

Quake 3 shouldn't be a problem for either of these systems, but it's a start!
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Re: Sunfire v880

Unread postby Irinikus » Mon Sep 25, 2017 3:39 am

I have attached some pics of the XVR-4000!

There aren't any pics of one of these cards online so here they are!

XVR-4000-A.jpg


XVR-4000-B.jpg


XVR-4000-C.jpg


XVR-4000-D.jpg


XVR-4000-E.jpg
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SUN: JavaStation-10 (Krups), XVR-4000.
DEC: AlphaStation 255/300MHz.
Cray: Cray1: Memory Module, Cray2: Memory Module (complete stack of eight boards) and a power supply module, Cray3: ECL Module.
Apple: G3 Clamshell, G4 Sawtooth, G4 Quicksilver, G4 Mirror Doors, G5, Mac Pro 2013 (Trash can), 27 inch Cinema Display.
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Re: Sunfire v880

Unread postby Irinikus » Mon Sep 25, 2017 3:46 am

Here are some pics of the V880 itself:

She's a real beauty! :D

V880-E.jpg


V880-C.jpg


V880-D.jpg


V880-F.jpg


V880-G.jpg
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SUN: JavaStation-10 (Krups), XVR-4000.
DEC: AlphaStation 255/300MHz.
Cray: Cray1: Memory Module, Cray2: Memory Module (complete stack of eight boards) and a power supply module, Cray3: ECL Module.
Apple: G3 Clamshell, G4 Sawtooth, G4 Quicksilver, G4 Mirror Doors, G5, Mac Pro 2013 (Trash can), 27 inch Cinema Display.
IBM: 486 DX-4 100MHz, 32Mb RAM, Creative Soundblaster 16-Bit, 1.44 Mb Disk drive, Creative 4X CD-ROM, 520Mb HDD.
Alienware: Aurora 7500.
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Re: Sunfire v880 with XVR-4000

Unread postby jpstewart » Mon Sep 25, 2017 12:29 pm

Congratulations! She's a beauty both in terms of appearance and the rare technology of the XVR-4000. Have fun!
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Re: Sunfire v880 with XVR-4000

Unread postby Irinikus » Mon Sep 25, 2017 8:33 pm

jpstewart wrote:Congratulations! She's a beauty both in terms of appearance and the rare technology of the XVR-4000. Have fun!


Thanks.

I just thought that if I was going to dabble in SUN Microsystems, that I would go for a visualization server, due to my interest in SGI.

The V880 gives you the best of both worlds: You can mess around with a server with loads of expansion options and it also has reasonable visualization capability. It also gives you the opportunity to play around with some rare hardware in the form of the XVR-4000

I'm also definitely going to play around with one of those SUN PCI Co-Prosessor option cards, as they seem rather interesting!
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SUN: JavaStation-10 (Krups), XVR-4000.
DEC: AlphaStation 255/300MHz.
Cray: Cray1: Memory Module, Cray2: Memory Module (complete stack of eight boards) and a power supply module, Cray3: ECL Module.
Apple: G3 Clamshell, G4 Sawtooth, G4 Quicksilver, G4 Mirror Doors, G5, Mac Pro 2013 (Trash can), 27 inch Cinema Display.
IBM: 486 DX-4 100MHz, 32Mb RAM, Creative Soundblaster 16-Bit, 1.44 Mb Disk drive, Creative 4X CD-ROM, 520Mb HDD.
Alienware: Aurora 7500.
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Re: Sunfire v880 with XVR-4000

Unread postby Shiunbird » Tue Sep 26, 2017 3:38 am

What kind of application made use of the XVR-4000?
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Re: Sunfire v880 with XVR-4000

Unread postby Irinikus » Tue Sep 26, 2017 5:05 am

That's the thing with rare, old hardware, there's almost nothing that makes use of it!

I will talk to the company that I'm getting it from regarding this subject.

The machine is costing me quite a bit, so I might have to wait for a while before I can buy the necessary software for it. (properly licensed)

There is a software package called SunForum 3D Software, but I don't have any information regarding it as this point. I will start looking for 3D software for the machine once it arrives and is set up properly.

I'm sure I'll be able to run the same apps and games on this machine as other people do on their Sun Blade's.

We will just have to wait and see, it's all about experiencing and learning I suppose. :D
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Re: Sunfire v880 with XVR-4000

Unread postby escimo » Tue Sep 26, 2017 2:34 pm

Congratulations! Thanks also for the pictures. Have fun with this configuration.
Optional try to find the "V880z" frontend covers for a more "authentic look".

Shiunbird wrote:What kind of application made use of the XVR-4000?
All applications which make use of OpenGL because there are special pipeline drivers included with Solaris 9 4/03 and higher. Especially the Anti-Aliasing (AA) capabilities were state-of-the-art at that time
The preceding observation was one of the prime motivators of
SAGE’s very high quality real-time antialiasing pipeline: massive
supersampling with large area resampling and bandpass filters in
effect provides a back end architecture very similar to software rendering.
The pin-count, storage, and computational requirements of
these proven algorithms will be beyond the reach of single chip rendering
pipelines for several more years to come, ...
Source: http://www.michaelfrankdeering.com/Projects/HardWare/Zulu/Zulu.pdf , p.1

Search for a SunSolutions CD-ROM of that time. There are near to all ISVs and products listed which will make use OpenGL.

Irinikus wrote:There is a software package called SunForum 3D Software, ...
SunForum 3D is a collaboration suite for sharing contents and ideas and doing conferences. Also you're able to make use of OpenGL based and accelerated 3D graphics. That's it. For make use of 3D you first need some 3D graphics, I suppose. Only know Sun Forum (w/o 3D). ;)

Compiling a game against the Solaris native OpenGL libs could be a good starting point. No idea if the game will make use of the AA sampling capabilities supported by the XVR-4000.
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Re: Sunfire v880 with XVR-4000

Unread postby Irinikus » Wed Sep 27, 2017 7:10 am

escimo wrote:Congratulations! Thanks also for the pictures. Have fun with this configuration.
Optional try to find the "V880z" frontend covers for a more "authentic look".


Thanks, its a pleasure!

I don't plan on buying a whole herd of SUN machines and this is the machine that caught my eye, as I like it's design and it gives you quite a few options to play with.

I am currently trying to source the V880z cosmetic upgrade kit for the machine, however these kit's are rather uncommon these days, so it may take some time. I agree that it will give the machine a more authentic look. The only problem with this is that the machine is new, so I would have to get a new cosmetic upgrade kit for it.

I am happy to hear that there is openGl support for the XVR-4000!
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SUN: JavaStation-10 (Krups), XVR-4000.
DEC: AlphaStation 255/300MHz.
Cray: Cray1: Memory Module, Cray2: Memory Module (complete stack of eight boards) and a power supply module, Cray3: ECL Module.
Apple: G3 Clamshell, G4 Sawtooth, G4 Quicksilver, G4 Mirror Doors, G5, Mac Pro 2013 (Trash can), 27 inch Cinema Display.
IBM: 486 DX-4 100MHz, 32Mb RAM, Creative Soundblaster 16-Bit, 1.44 Mb Disk drive, Creative 4X CD-ROM, 520Mb HDD.
Alienware: Aurora 7500.
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Re: Sunfire v880 with XVR-4000

Unread postby vishnu » Fri Sep 29, 2017 1:05 pm

I'm sure that baby would absolutely kick ass running Pro/ENGINEER WF 4, which I think was the last version PTC released for Solaris Sparc...
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Re: Sunfire v880

Unread postby Hombre71 » Sat Sep 30, 2017 5:58 am

Irinikus wrote:Here are some pics of the V880 itself:

She's a real beauty! :D

V880-E.jpg

V880-C.jpg

V880-D.jpg

V880-F.jpg

V880-G.jpg


Very nice machine, enjoy!
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Re: Sunfire v880 with XVR-4000

Unread postby necron2600 » Mon Oct 02, 2017 11:47 am

Your v880 even has those bottom side panels!.. often those are missing and just show shiny metal.

QEMU runs on Solaris/SPARC.. if you wanted to run some Intel-based OSs. A more modern firefox and OpenOffice than what IRIX has. This system will be very usable even in a modern sense. I have some V480's that provide desktops to SUN Ray thin clients... so your v880 could do the same if you wanted to be in another room from the v880. You can also install Oracle Secure Global Desktop (SGD) software and have an HTML5 client remote app access (installs in a solaris Zone too).

Lots of disk drive slots will make a good ZFS storage system.. add on ZFS compression and you can get more space out of it.

I got GemRB compiled on Solaris 10/SPARC (based on OpenCSW base packages.. gcc, libSDL, etc..) if your into RPG games like Baldur's Gate (I put binaries in a thread on nekochan under this forum (Other Platforms/Sun)

v880.. great system!

EDIT: "usable even in a modern sense" should be "usable even in a relatively modern sense" ;) This is based on apps performing well for the most part in my experience, a more recent firefox (at least version 52+) than what IRIX has, modern Java JVM, a good compiler and even an up-to-date GCC version, (and a lively updated opensource package system from http://www.opencsw.org (and older blastwave).
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Re: Sunfire v880 with XVR-4000

Unread postby Irinikus » Tue Oct 03, 2017 4:51 am

necron2600 wrote:Your v880 even has those bottom side panels!.. often those are missing and just show shiny metal.

QEMU runs on Solaris/SPARC.. if you wanted to run some Intel-based OSs. A more modern firefox and OpenOffice than what IRIX has. This system will be very usable even in a modern sense. I have some V480's that provide desktops to SUN Ray thin clients... so your v880 could do the same if you wanted to be in another room from the v880. You can also install Oracle Secure Global Desktop (SGD) software and have an HTML5 client remote app access (installs in a solaris Zone too).

Lots of disk drive slots will make a good ZFS storage system.. add on ZFS compression and you can get more space out of it.

I got GemRB compiled on Solaris 10/SPARC (based on OpenCSW base packages.. gcc, libSDL, etc..) if your into RPG games like Baldur's Gate (I put binaries in a thread on nekochan under this forum (Other Platforms/Sun)

v880.. great system!


Thanks very much!

I will only have this machine in my possession next month.

I will really appreciate it if you make the RPG binaries available on this thread.

This will be a learning experience for me, as I've never made use of a SUN server before!

It's really good to hear that this system will be useable in a modern sense!

Thanks again
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:O2:R12K 400MHz, DCD :Indigo:R4400SC 150MHz, ELAN :Indigo2:R4400SC 200MHz, Extreme :Indy:R4400SC 200MHz, XZ :Indy:R5000SC 150MHz, 24Bit XL.
SUN: JavaStation-10 (Krups), XVR-4000.
DEC: AlphaStation 255/300MHz.
Cray: Cray1: Memory Module, Cray2: Memory Module (complete stack of eight boards) and a power supply module, Cray3: ECL Module.
Apple: G3 Clamshell, G4 Sawtooth, G4 Quicksilver, G4 Mirror Doors, G5, Mac Pro 2013 (Trash can), 27 inch Cinema Display.
IBM: 486 DX-4 100MHz, 32Mb RAM, Creative Soundblaster 16-Bit, 1.44 Mb Disk drive, Creative 4X CD-ROM, 520Mb HDD.
Alienware: Aurora 7500.
Gaming Rig: Coolermaster Cosmos II, Coolermaster Ultimate 1100W Power supply, Asus Rampage III extreme, I7 980X, Corsair H100, 24Gb Corsair Dominator DDR3, EVGA GTX Titan X Super Clocked Edition, OCZ revodrive 3 x2 240gb, Velociraptor 600GB, Corsair 128GB SSD, Creative X-fi Fatality Pro.


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