[rescue] seu20 [was: OBP Question]

Sandwich Maker adh at an.bradford.ma.us
Mon Aug 3 20:27:35 CDT 2009

" From: "Jonathan J. M. Katz" <jon at jonworld.com>
" Sounds like it may be a SparcEngine AXi board.

not unless an axi fits a ss4/5/20 chassis, takes 501-3136 128M sticks,
and has sbus slots; i have mine in a ss4 server ['server' b/c it has a
5/20 150w ps instead of the usual 50w] chassis with a pair of tx4 fbs.
the prelim manual says it's a product of the microelectronics side of
the house, which fits with it's embedded target.

the man is dated '97; i believe the axi is newer.

" Search with the AXi nameplate and you may get a lot further.
" On Mon, Aug 3, 2009 at 5:47 PM, Sandwich Maker <adh at an.bradford.ma.us>wrote:
" > " From: "Jonathan J. M. Katz" <jon at jonworld.com>
" > "
" > " http://sunsolve.sun.com/handbook_pub will link you to the specific
" > systems
" > " you're interested in. Included on those info pages is a link to the
" > " latest/most current OBP that system supports.
" >
" > it doesn't have anything on my sparcengine ultra 20.  i would love to
" > update its obp, stuck at 3.7.
" >
" > and no, this is not the x64 u20; it's an aurora-size board that's part
" > u1e, part u2, and takes a single usI/usII cpu module.  the only docs
" > on it i've been able to find is manual p/n 805-2705-01 marked

i'm glad i snarfed the man when i did; that p/n is one of the searches
that failed.
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