[rescue] Multia UDB
Greg A. Woods
woods at weird.com
Thu Jun 20 13:10:06 CDT 2002
[ On Thursday, June 20, 2002 at 17:12:23 (+0000), Kris Kirby wrote: ]
> Subject: RE: [rescue] Multia UDB
> On Thu, 20 Jun 2002, Greg A. Woods wrote:
> > I have three in need of repair, but I have the parts ready.
> Heat death, or other issues?
Yup, plain old heat death.... :-)
(I need a finer tip for my soldering iron too before I can fix them.)
(one of my colleagues has another that's still in running condition,
with lots of RAM in it too, and I should probably ask him if he's ever
going to be using it again....)
> It's in my best interest to get the boxes up and running -- one has 152MB
> of RAM and the other 64MB. That's a bit of RAM tied up in `dinky' boxes.
64MB supposedly makes a Multia into nice diskless workstation w/NetBSD.....
> Sadly, none of my PCs know what to do with 64MB SIMMs. Most of them are
> cheap crap and top out at 128MB or so (like the machine I'm on).
My CMD CRD-5500 RAID controllers needed the RAM more than the Multias :-)
They could even use more (or a _lot_ more even).
If anyone has any decent-sized standard 70ns JEDEC 72-pin 36-bit SIMMs,
I will consider all offers, but like I said I have little or no budget. :-)
Greg A. Woods
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