[rescue] Sun Microsystems e10k (Starfire)

Jerry Kemp jkemp512 at protonmail.com
Thu Dec 10 15:26:01 CST 2020

I'm in the Dallas/Ft Worth metroplex area.   wish you weren't so far away.

I have a fully populated D1000 that needs a new home.

I have an UltraSparc 10 that needs a new home.  As I remember correctly, the 5
and 10 were on the "officially" supported SSP systems.

I also still have my classroom instruction book from Sun when I attended the
E10K class.  It probably needs a new home too.

Wishing you good luck in finding a home for your system.  That 3-phase power
is a killer for many who might otherwise adopt it.

Jerry Kemp

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On Thursday, December 10, 2020 3:12 PM, Cutright, Jacob <cutright_jm at wvwc.edu>

> Hello,
> I've recently acquired a Sun Starfire. It has all the system boards
> installed, presumably maxed out in CPUs/RAM (The one I opened was). I have
> a D1000 as well, but no disks for it. There is no SSP that I know of; I am
> currently looking for it.
> I am in central West Virginia and am looking for a home for this system. I
> would like to donate to a museum or possibly sell to an individual. If I am
> not able to do those, I will either keep it to run occasionally for myself,
> or part it out so that other e10000s may live on.
> If you know anyone who may be interested in this system, please let me
> know. I would prefer to keep it whole for historic preservation.
> -   Jacob
> rescue list - http://www.sunhelp.org/mailman/listinfo/rescue

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