[rescue] R8k I2's

Ryan Thoryk ryan at tliquest.net
Tue Jan 7 10:28:08 CST 2003

R8ks are hard to find.  Basically you can search for an R10k (recommended), 
since that one has a big boost in performance.  Otherwise, you can get an 
R4400 (i've got a 200mhz, runs great), and possibly replace the motherboard 
later on with an R10k 64-bit version (you need to replace the board to jump 
from R4x to R10x, because of the change in the CPU architecture).

> Are they hard to find? Just curious.
> Are they any good (ok, a better way to put this, would you 
> prefer a easier to find R4400 or an R8k?)?
> shawn
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Ryan Thoryk
Unix and Network Specialist
Argonne National Laboratory
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