[rescue] Dec PCI cards
ethan at 757tech.net
Thu Oct 14 13:44:05 CDT 2004
> On Thu, Oct 14, 2004 at 01:20:53PM -0400, Charles Shannon Hendrix wrote:
>> Tue, 12 Oct 2004 @ 00:25 -0500, Jonathan C. Patschke said:
>> > On Tue, 12 Oct 2004, Phil Stracchino wrote:
>> > >They're full-length 32-bit PCI cards, with Lattice chips on them, a
>> > >AMP connector at the inner end that looks to be 30 pins or so (I
>> > >count), and an external connector that looks exactly like a 68-pin
>> > >high-density connector except that, if I counted correctly, it has an
>> > >even hundred pins.
>> > Those sound like old Myrinet cards.
>> I worked at the company those machines came from when they were in use
>> (helped move one of them into place), and I don't remember them having
> Any speculations then? It may be the dual-SCSI theory is correct. I
> haven't gotten aroudn to pulling the cards to try to trace part numbers.
I haven't been following the thread, but these cards in question might be
a shared memory setup for DEC hardware that was used for a failover setup.
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