|Name : saturne||IP : 172.21.6.4|
|Model : 3/260 (Sirius)||Manufacturer : Sun Microsystems|
|CPU : Motorola 68020||Frequency : 25Mhz|
|Memory : 24M (3x 8M VME boards, 2 Sun, 1 ClearPoint)||Cache : 64k L2. First UNIX workstation with an off-chip cache.|
|Disk : 2x 180M ESDI disks on an Emulex ESDI/SCSI controller. 1/4" QIC24 tape drive.||Interface : SCSI (Sun-2)|
|Performances (Dhrystone 2) : 7 017 (ouch)||Original price : around $50000 in late 80's|
|Power consumption : At least 800W. Estimated current on the +5V line : 110A||Noise : loud. 8 big fans plus 2 old disks...|
|OS : SunOS 4.1 (because NetBSD does not support the Sun-2 SCSI controller)||Usage : heater. Hair blower. Table.|
|Remarks : there is also a mysterious VME board, a FG-101 frame grabber
from Imaging Technologies. If you have any info on it, email
The saturne VME crate contains also two 3/60 : callisto and titan.
Ironically, Saturn is also known in the Greek mythology to eat its childrens. Strange coincidence.
|Todo : Still waiting for the NetBSD Sun-2 support. Investigate the FG-101|
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