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Dip switch in cell board

 
Wang,MinJie
Super Advisor

Dip switch in cell board

Hi all
I got an A6094A cell board and I found there was a dip switch on the board, so how can I configure it.
Can you give me some documents about A6094A cell board. I can't get it
Thx in advance
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Torsten.
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: Dip switch in cell board

Hi,

the DIP switch is responsible for the CPU speed setting. Normally you don't need to change it.

Hope this helps!
Regards
Torsten.

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Prashanth.D.S
Honored Contributor

Re: Dip switch in cell board

Hi,

Agreed with the above update Dip switch on a cell board is used to set the speed of the installed processors..like for example..

For 875MHZ:
1 0 1
8700 F0 F1

etc..

You can check the current speed of the processor from ps output..

MP> CM > PS command and select a Cell


Best Regards,
Prashanth
Wang,MinJie
Super Advisor

Re: Dip switch in cell board

Hi Pra
You said 875MHZ cpu need to be configured as "101 8700 F0F1"
I don't get it.
There are several bits on dip switch.
Some should be "on" and the other off
So can you teach me in detail?
Thx