[rescue] DEC AlphaServer 4100 5/300 Questions
dand at pcisys.net
Sat Dec 20 18:08:56 CST 2003
As I recall, 'Martin Marshall' wrote:
> I just rescued an AlphaServer 4100 5/300 with 2 = CPUs and 512 MB RAM. The
> drive in the StorageWorks shelf has been pulled. Now I have a few questions:
Nice. I have a 2100, dual cpu (4/233), 256MB ram, SWXCR 3-channel hardware
RAID controller, and 16 internal SBB bays split up as 4 disks/channel.
Do you need any disk carriers? (SBBs) I have several spare ones
(narrow SCSI) with 1GB drives. The drives aren't known good, but I'll
send you a couple for shipping costs. If you want them without drives
to cut the weight, I'll yank them out.
> I would like to run a version of DEC/Compaq Unix. Will this box run Tru64 UNIX
> Version 5.1B-1 or 5.1, both of which appear to be available as "Non-Commercial
> Tru64 UNIX Technology Enthusiast package" from HP?
My 2100 boots 5.x, so I imagine your 4100 is supported.
> Also, the second of the two power supplies has a fault according to SRM.
> Research indicates that the second PS is a spare when running 2 CPUs. I suppose
> that I can remove the PS to clear the fault, but does anyone have a spare
> H7291-AA power supply available?
If the power supplies are like the ones in my 2100, there are some internal
fuses you might check.
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