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Unread postPosted: Fri Nov 13, 2009 3:45 am 
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As inspired by the topic in the SUN forum.
viewtopic.php?f=17&t=9131


What IBM hardware do we have...?
Under AIX post a "lsdev -C", under linux post "cat /proc/cpuinfo ; cat /proc/ioports"

My RS/6000 7025-F80 running AIX 5.3-003



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# lsdev -C
L2cache0    Available              L2 Cache
aio0        Defined                Asynchronous I/O (Legacy)
cd0         Available 11-08-00-5,0 16 Bit SCSI Multimedia CD-ROM Drive
cd1         Defined   11-08-00-5,0 Other SCSI CD-ROM Drive
en0         Available 21-08        Standard Ethernet Network Interface
en1         Defined   37-08        Standard Ethernet Network Interface
ent0        Available 21-08        IBM 10/100 Mbps Ethernet PCI Adapter (23100020)
ent1        Available 37-08        IBM 10/100 Mbps Ethernet PCI Adapter (23100020)
et0         Defined   21-08        IEEE 802.3 Ethernet Network Interface
et1         Defined   37-08        IEEE 802.3 Ethernet Network Interface
fd0         Available 01-D1-00-00  Diskette Drive
fda0        Available 01-D1        Standard I/O Diskette Adapter
gxme0       Defined                Graphics Data Transfer Assist Subsystem
hd1         Defined                Logical volume
hd2         Defined                Logical volume
hd3         Defined                Logical volume
hd4         Defined                Logical volume
hd5         Defined                Logical volume
hd6         Defined                Logical volume
hd8         Defined                Logical volume
hd10opt     Defined                Logical volume
hd9var      Defined                Logical volume
hdisk0      Available 11-08-00-2,0 16 Bit LVD SCSI Disk Drive
hdisk1      Available 11-08-00-4,0 16 Bit LVD SCSI Disk Drive
hdisk2      Available 2A-08-00-1,0 Other SCSI Disk Drive
hdisk3      Available 2A-08-00-2,0 Other SCSI Disk Drive
hdisk4      Available 2A-08-00-3,0 Other SCSI Disk Drive
hdisk5      Available 2A-08-00-4,0 Other SCSI Disk Drive
hdisk6      Available 2A-08-00-5,0 Other SCSI Disk Drive
hdisk7      Defined   2A-08-00-4,0 Other SCSI Disk Drive
inet0       Available              Internet Network Extension
isa0        Available 10-80        ISA Bus
iscsi0      Available              iSCSI Protocol Device
kbd0        Defined   01-K1-00-00  PS/2 keyboard
lft0        Defined                Low Function Terminal Subsystem
lo0         Available              Loopback Network Interface
loglv00     Defined                Logical volume
lv00        Defined                Logical volume
lvdd        Available              LVM Device Driver
mem0        Available              Memory
moj0        Defined   27-08        GXT6500P Graphics Adapter
mouse0      Defined   01-K1-01-00  2 button mouse
originvault Defined                Volume group
pci0        Available              PCI Bus
pci1        Available              PCI Bus
pci2        Available 10-58        PCI Bus
pci3        Available 10-5a        PCI Bus
pci4        Available 10-5c        PCI Bus
pci5        Available 10-5e        PCI Bus
pci6        Available 20-58        PCI Bus
pci7        Available 20-5a        PCI Bus
pci8        Available 20-5c        PCI Bus
pci9        Available 20-5e        PCI Bus
pci10       Available 20-60        PCI Bus
pci11       Available 20-62        PCI Bus
pci12       Available 20-64        PCI Bus
pci13       Available 20-66        PCI Bus
posix_aio0  Defined                Posix Asynchronous I/O
ppa0        Available 01-R1        CHRP IEEE1284 (ECP) Parallel Port Adapter
proc0       Available 00-00        Processor
proc2       Available 00-02        Processor
proc4       Available 00-04        Processor
proc6       Available 00-06        Processor
pty0        Available              Asynchronous Pseudo-Terminal
rcm0        Defined                Rendering Context Manager Subsystem
rootvg      Defined                Volume group
sa0         Available 01-S1        Standard I/O Serial Port
sa1         Available 01-S2        Standard I/O Serial Port
sa2         Available 01-S3        Standard I/O Serial Port
sa3         Available 01-S4        Standard I/O Serial Port
scsi0       Available 11-08        Wide/Ultra-2 SCSI I/O Controller
scsi1       Available 11-09        Wide/Ultra-2 SCSI I/O Controller
scsi2       Available 2A-08        Wide SCSI I/O Controller
sioka0      Available 01-K1-00     Keyboard Adapter
siokma0     Available 01-K1        Keyboard/Mouse Adapter
sioma0      Available 01-K1-01     Mouse Adapter
sys0        Available              System Object
sysplanar0  Available              System Planar
tty0        Available 01-S1-00-00  Asynchronous Terminal


The originvault line is a high voltage differential.

Intellistation 9114-275 running LinuxPPC.

Code:
cat /proc/cpuinfo
processor   : 0
cpu      : POWER4+ (gq)
clock      : 1452.000000MHz
revision   : 2.1 (pvr 0038 0201)

timebase   : 181494918
platform   : pSeries
machine      : CHRP IBM,9114-275
[regan@obsidan ~]$ cat /proc/ioports
00000000-0000001f : dma1
00000020-00000021 : 8259 (master)
00000040-0000005f : timer
00000060-0000006f : i8042
00000080-0000008f : dma page reg
000000a0-000000a1 : 8259 (slave)
000000c0-000000df : dma2
000004d0-000004d1 : 8259 edge control
00010000-0010ffff : /pci@400000000110
  00010000-0001000f : 0000:00:03.1
  000102f8-000102ff : serial
  000103f8-000103ff : serial
  00010898-0001089f : serial
  0001f000-0001f007 : 0000:00:03.1
    0001f000-0001f007 : pata_sl82c105
  0001f010-0001f013 : 0000:00:03.1
    0001f010-0001f013 : pata_sl82c105
  0001f020-0001f027 : 0000:00:03.1
    0001f020-0001f027 : pata_sl82c105
  0001f030-0001f033 : 0000:00:03.1
    0001f030-0001f033 : pata_sl82c105
  0001f040-0001f04f : 0000:00:03.1
    0001f040-0001f04f : pata_sl82c105
  00020000-0002ffff : PCI Bus #01
  00030000-0003ffff : PCI Bus #21
    0003ec00-0003ec3f : 0000:21:01.0
      0003ec00-0003ec3f : e100
  00050000-0005ffff : PCI Bus #41
  00060000-0006ffff : PCI Bus #61
00111000-00210fff : /pci@400000000111
  00111000-00120fff : PCI Bus #01
    00120c00-00120c3f : 0001:01:01.0
      00120c00-00120c3f : e1000
  00121000-00130fff : PCI Bus #21
  00131000-00140fff : PCI Bus #31
  00141000-00150fff : PCI Bus #41
    0014fc00-0014fc3f : 0001:41:01.0
      0014fc00-0014fc3f : e1000
  00151000-00160fff : PCI Bus #61
    0015f800-0015f8ff : 0001:61:01.0
      0015f800-0015f8ff : sym53c8xx
    0015fc00-0015fcff : 0001:61:01.1
      0015fc00-0015fcff : sym53c8xx

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I am ashamed, but my IBM hardware runs Windows as I use it for my arcade machine. Well, here is a read out anyways...

IBM xSeries x336:
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CPU: Intel Xeon (Irwindale) 2.8GHz x 2
RAM: 3GB DDR2 ECC
DISK: Hitachi 36GB 15K RPM 320-SCSI x 2
Sound: X-Fi Extreme Audio
Video: ATi Radeon VE (7000) 16MB
OS: XP Pro
Arcade Stick: X-Arcade Dual
Games: LOTS.

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Unread postPosted: Fri Nov 13, 2009 10:42 am 
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PS/2 Model 76i - AIX 1.3
7043-140 - AIX 4.3.2
7043-140 - AIX 5.1
7043-260 - AIX 5.3
7028-6C1 - AIX 5.3
THINKPAD 390 - NT 4.0 SP6

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I have an IBM 5150 PC back at home in the barn. It has a working Intel Inboard386 co-processor card in it (last time I checked it worked). It's fast for a 5150!

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IBM Personal Computer 5150

I think MS-DOS 3.3 is currently what's on the 20MB MFM hard drive I added. It might have MS-DOS 5.0, though.
Originally loaded with 128kB RAM, in 1990 I upgraded it to 768kB RAM (256k on the motherboard, 384k base + 128k expanded memory on an ISA card)
CGA graphics card & monitor
8087 coprocessor chip

This was the first computer I ever owned. My dad bought it for our family when I was in 6th grade in 1983. When I went to college in 1990 he gave it to me and he used my educational discount to buy a new family computer (IBM PS/2 Model 55SX, I think it was). The IBM PC still runs like a champ, but that PS/2 is long gone.

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POWERstation 7012/370. Really need to get something newer, but IBM POWER kit holds its value entirely too well.

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Hoo boy.

4860 PCjr (whoopie.)
5086 graphics controller - two of these (why?)
5150 PC (earlier 16-64KB model) - two of these
5160 PC/XT (earlier 64-256KB model)
5161 PC Expansion Chassis - 2x 10 MB ST412, voice communications option, PGA
5170 PC/AT Model 99 - used to be an AT/370, somebody stole the processor before I got it. The 3277/EM card and optional Tek interface are still in it, plus VM/PC on the (failing) hard drive.
5170 PC/AT Model 239 - host for the 5364 S/36 PC
5170 PC/AT Model 339 - later 8 MHz model, I forget what I was doing with this.
5271 PC 3270
5273 AT 3270
5364 System/36 PC - 2x 40 MB, SSP at some release. One drive crash away from becoming a boat anchor. Nobody cares, it's SSP.
6020 ThinkPad PowerPC 800 - pre-GA hardware ("Woodfield"), 66 MHz PPC 603, AIX 4.1.5
6042 ThinkPad PowerPC 850 - AIX 4.1.5
6150 RT PC Model 115 - 3x 70 MB, Megapel, etc. AIX 2.2.1
6868 Intellistation M Pro - 2x 1 GHz PIII, FireGL2, 1 GB RDRAM, Windows 2000
6894 Intellistation Z Pro - 2x 800 MHz Itanium 1, Quadro2
7011 RS/6000 Model 250
7012 RS/6000 Model 360 - AIX 3.2.3
7012 RS/6000 Model 390 - two of these - one with RS/370 processor & channel adapter, AIX 3.2.5
7012 RS/6000 Model 397 - two of these - AIX 4.3.3, used to be home DNS, mail, etc.
7013 RS/6000 Model 591 - R/390 128 MB MCA, AIX 4.3.3
7013 RS/6000 Model J40 - 8x 200 MHz 604 (J50), R/390 - AIX 4.3.3
7025 RS/6000 Model F40 - scrapped, in parts. PSU, processors, memory, planar, whatever.
7025 RS/6000 Model F50 - 4x 332 MHz 604e, 3 GB, R/390, parallel channel, ESCON, AIX 4.3.3
7030 RS/6000 Model 3CT - two of these - AIX 4.3.3, were home DNS, mail, etc. before 397s.
7043 RS/6000 Model 140 - I don't know why I have this.
7043 RS/6000 Model 150 - R/390, AIX 4.3.3
7044 RS/6000 Model 270 - 4x 375 MHz POWER3-II, AIX 5.3
7046 RS/6000 Model B50 - AIX 4.3.3, used to be home web server, Sybase/AS v12
7060 S/390 Multiprise 3000 Model H30
7060 S/390 Multiprise 3000 Model H70
7248 PowerPersonal Model 132 - 166 MHz upgrade processor, Windows NT 4 Workstation (PPC), AIX 4.3.3
7248 PowerPersonal Model 132 - Solaris 2.5.1 PPC, OS/2 Warp PPC (cantankerous)
7437 VM/SP Technical Workstation - precursor to the P/370. Runs VM/SP.
8530 PS/2 Model 30 286 - ISA. PC-DOS. It has an Adlib card in it! Whatever.
8570 PS/2 Model 70 386 - two of them - I might have OS/2 1.1 EE on one. I can't remember.
8580 PS/2 Model 80-071 - ESDI, 16 MHz, 8514/A. AIX PS/2 1.2, OS/2 1.2 EE
8580 PS/2 Model 80-161 - SCSI, Blue Lightning, XGA. OS/2 1.3 EE + Pagemaker 3.0, AIX PS/2 1.3.
8580 PS/2 Model 80-311 - ESDI, 20 MHz, 8514/A. OS/2 1.3 EE, is host system for 7437 processor.
8590 PS/2 Model 90XP - 50 MHz 486, 64 MB, SCO OpenDesktop 3.0
9595 PS/2 Model 95-0MT - 50 MHz 486, 64 MB, 2x 8 port Digiboard, RAID, CD, Exabyte, 2x M-ACPA, blah, blah, OS/2 Warp Connect 3.
8638 PC Server 315 - NEXTSTEP 3.3, used to be my main desktop machine
8639 PC Server 325 - BeOS R5, Solaris 2.5.1, something else.
8640 PC Server 320 - two of these in matching non-IBM minitower chassis - one black (NEXTSTEP 3.3, Windows NT 4 Workstation, OS/2 Warp Connect blue), one white (BeOS R5, Solaris 2.5.1, and I forget the third OS.)
9401 AS/400 Model P03 - tiny black CISC, portable, complete, no OS.
9402 AS/400 Model F02 - white CISC, complete, running, could die at any minute to become useless lump. V2R2, V3R1 on QIC (except no MULIC or tape nr. 1. fnar).
9406 AS/400 Model 500 - big black RISC, two of them. one complete, V4R5; the other, V3R7, scrap.
9406 AS/400e Model 720 - enormous black RISC, complete, V5R1 including system codewords

Does not include accessories, parts, etc.

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I have a 7044-270 with missing front facia and an old faithful 5150 PC.

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kjaer wrote:
Hoo boy.

Definitely :D

You need a PC110 to bookend with the AS/400 !


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I've got an AT and PS/2 model 56 which has maxed out ram and an 80MB scsi disk with os/2 on it (2.88mb floppy yeahhh lol)

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2371-GHU thinkpad x40, nothing to write home about. It has the 8 cell battery and cdr/dvd ultrabase, 1gb ram.
huge beast of a keyboard from ps/2 model 50 (the rest of the system was beyond repair)

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I was surfing for M-ACPA information, and stumbled on this thread. Who is running AIX 1.3? Who is running the microchannel PS/2 systems? The PS/2 newsgroup is still active at comp.sys.ibm.ps2.hardware

I created the Ardent Tool of Capitalism in order to document MCA in it's many guises (Tandy 5000, Reply 32, NCR 3250 (?)) and I would like to get AIX 1.3 installation and use better documented. http://www.ibmmuseum.com/OhlandL/


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ohland wrote:
I was surfing for M-ACPA information, and stumbled on this thread. Who is running AIX 1.3? Who is running the microchannel PS/2 systems? The PS/2 newsgroup is still active at comp.sys.ibm.ps2.hardware

I created the Ardent Tool of Capitalism in order to document MCA in it's many guises (Tandy 5000, Reply 32, NCR 3250 (?)) and I would like to get AIX 1.3 installation and use better documented. http://www.ibmmuseum.com/OhlandL/
Hello Louis - welcome to nekochan.net

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ohland wrote:
I would like to get AIX 1.3 installation and use better documented. http://www.ibmmuseum.com/OhlandL/


Louis;

What information in particular about AIX PS/2 are you still looking for? I have some experience and a few resources.

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ohland wrote:
I was surfing for M-ACPA information, and stumbled on this thread. Who is running AIX 1.3? Who is running the microchannel PS/2 systems?


Hi, yes, I'm running a 76i with AIX 1.3.

I acquired my MCA ethernet and SCSI controller via the PS2 newsgroup and used your PS2/MCA website for valuable information and links.

We have a whole thread dedicated to AIX 1.3 on PS/2.

http://forums.nekochan.net/viewtopic.php?f=19&t=15704

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