[rescue] Re: UNIX PC/3b1?
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Thu Jun 7 20:48:16 CDT 2001
On June 7, dave at cca.org wrote:
> mcguire at neurotica.com writes:
> > The other issue is split I/D space. Some later Unix implementations
> >require it, while not all pdp11 processors have it.
> > I can give you details of which ones do what if you're interested...
> Yeah - I'm curious about the following:
> (The first two because they're historically important, the last because
> I've got one.)
The pdp11/45 has split I/D space (indeed, it was the FIRST pdp11 to
have split I/D space) and an 18-bit address bus. A fast machine.
The pdp11/70 has split I/D space and a 22-bit address bus. A VERY
fast machine. Circa 1975.
The pdp11/23, if memory serves, does not have split I/D space.
All but the very earliest rev of the KDF11-A pdp11/23 processor boards
have a 22-bit address bus.
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