[rescue] decisions, decisions
bwhowe at gmail.com
Wed Apr 27 15:31:22 CDT 2005
Well, it really depends on what you are testing/developing and if it is
platform specific or not.
That should be the deciding factor.
However, coming from someone who's fastest non-pc box is an Ultra1, I would
take the Ultra60 in half a heartbeat :)
On 4/27/05, Mike Nicewonger <twmaster at twmaster.com> wrote:
> On Apr 27, 2005, at 3:50 PM, Bill Bradford wrote:
> > A new system arrived today.
> > Ultra 60, maxed out with 2G RAM, dual 450Mhz CPUs, CD-ROM, floppy, and
> > dual 36G HDs. No framebuffer, as I was planning to run it headless.
> > Should I keep and use it as my Solaris 10 / OpenSolaris test/devel box,
> > or should I try to sell/trade it and pick up an Opteron or AMD64-based
> > CPU/motherboard/RAM and upgrade the BlueBox and run Solaris x86?
> > Thoughts? Opinions?
> > Don't call me a heretic, here. I've already got plenty of other SPARCs
> > (ohno.mrbill.net <http://ohno.mrbill.net> is a 420R with quad 450s and
> 4G RAM).
> Hehe. Sparc good. FeeCee bad.
> Simple choice.
> Mike N
> In the 60's people took acid to make the world weird. Now the world is
> weird, people take prozac to make it normal.
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