So how do I get it back ? or don't I ?

 -----Original Message-----
From:   Hall, Philip [mailto:phall@spss.com]
Sent:   Thursday, December 27, 2001 3:12 PM
To:     'midrange-l@midrange.com'
Subject:        RE: Trivia: Processor MHz

Yes your missing your lowercase EBCDIC which Leif warned everyone about with
SST;

C1978183 8885 = Apache
D7A493A2 8199 = Pulsar

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Norbut, Jim [mailto:Jim.Norbut@Grubb-Ellis.com]
> Sent: Thursday, December 27, 2001 3:07 PM
> To: 'midrange-l@midrange.com'
> Subject: RE: Trivia: Processor MHz
>
>
> 40F0    80000000 0000D020      C1978183 88854040       *
> ........A.....   *
>
> 40F0    80000000 0000D020      D7A493A2 81990000       *
> ........P....... *
>
>
>
> these are the values of my 2 machines.....am I missing something ?
>
>
> From:         Leif Svalgaard [mailto:leif@leif.org]
> Sent: Thursday, December 27, 2001 11:55 AM
> To:   midrange-l@midrange.com
> Subject:      Re: Trivia: Processor MHz
>
> From: Steve McKay <Steve.McKay@SouthTrust.com>
> > Through a quick review of System Handbooks and Performance
> Capabilities, I
> > have come up with the following chip information:
> >
> > Northstar      200MHz - 262 MHz
> > Pulsar         400 MHz - 450 MHz
> > Condor         400 MHz - 540 MHz
> > I-Star         500 MHz - 540 MHz
> > S-Star         540 MHz - 600 MHz
> > Regatta   > 1 GHz
> >
> > I may (probably) have left out a chip or two and,
> unfortunately, I don't
> > know of a foolproof way to determine what chip may (or may
> not) be in your
> > machine.
>
> hopefully there *is* a chip in your machine :-)
>
> SST again:
> display starting address 80000000000 004000
> The text at the bottom of the page (at 40F8) shows your
> processor chip name (beware: it is in MiXeD CaSe, so
> SST doesn't show it very well)
>
>
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