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On Thu, 2 Dec 2004, Zhang Weiwu wrote:
> Zhang Weiwu wrote:
>> Ferris McCormick wrote:
>>> This note is being written on a U2-SMP configured thus:
>>> 2x400MHz cpu, 1MB memory, 2x18gb 10000rpm disks, Creator graphics
>>> 6x4x16 CDRW
>> I don't get you. Do you mean 1GB memory, or do you mean 1MB cache memory?
> Ferris. I just read the U2 hardware specs:
> It said for U2 "18.2 GB maximum internal (two 9.1-GB disks)", are you using
> other disks than the spec said?
> Besides, do you use raid or not?
Specs are wrong, because they were written before larger disks were
available. 2x18 works fine, and I think you will find people on this
list who use larger.
No, I don't use raid, but again, you will find people who do.
Except for the M-for-G slip on memory, what I wrote is correct. (Specs
don't allow for CDRW instead of CD, but the hardware
doesn't care as long as it's SCSI, and Linux supports it.)
Ferris McCormick (P44646, MI) <email@example.com>
Developer, Gentoo Linux (Sparc)
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