[rescue] Dual Ross SparcPlug rackmount with HS180 processors (available again!)

Kevin Bowling kevin.bowling at kev009.com
Thu Apr 25 15:36:26 CDT 2013

Can you upload a pic?  Is it two independent nodes or is there any tie
between the two (mgmt, etc)?

On Thu, Apr 25, 2013 at 9:55 AM, Tom Callaway <tcallawa at redhat.com> wrote:

> Back in 2005, I picked up this nifty little item from Curtis H. Wilbar
> Jr, off this very mailing list. Now, 8 years later, I'm in the process
> of liquidating my collection. Like Curtis said in 2005, I never really
> did anything with it. Here's the rest of his description from 2005:
>   Each SparcPlug has a HS180 processor in it.  Each one has 128M or RAM
>   in it (actually I think one of them has 192M in it).
>   There is a 2G drive attached to each.
>   This is a fairly interesting 3U rackmount enclosure that has the two
>   SparcPlug's side by side in the front, then the drive cages sit
>   behind them, then the power supplies.
>   What is more interesting is this unit was owned by Ross engineering
>   (vsp-107 and I think vsp-108 from eng05.ross.com NIS domain).
> Make me an offer. I'm more interested in it finding a good home than
> $$$, but some cash would be nice too. Shipping will probably be around
> 100-125 (domestic). I'm in 01432, if you wanted to come get it.
> ~tom
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