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Doug Monroe
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speed of 9000/807s

Hi,

I've got a 9000/807s, looking to upgrade. Want to know what the speed of the PA-RISC processor in the 807s so I can size the replacement.
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curt larson_1
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Re: speed of 9000/807s

32mhz
Helen French
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Re: speed of 9000/807s

HP9000/807 (also called as F10) use a PA7000 RISC CPU which has a speed of 32MHz.
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Pete Randall
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Re: speed of 9000/807s

Doug,

I'm not sure what an "807" is. Maybe the rest of the output from the model command would help. You can also use this little script to tell the cpuspeed you have currently:

HPUX=/stand/vmunix

MHZ=$(echo itick_per_tick/D \
| adb -k $HPUX /dev/kmem \
| tail -1 \
| awk '{print $2/10000}')
echo $MHZ


Pete

Pete
curt larson_1
Honored Contributor

Re: speed of 9000/807s

maybe more useful:

SPEC92
int/fp
22.0/36.6
melvyn burnard
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Re: speed of 9000/807s

HP 9000/807 also known as hte F10.
These are VERY old systemns, and upgrades (if available) will not be cheap.
The system is not supported on HP-UX 11i, if I recall.
It was a 32Mhz PA-Risc 1.1a PA7000 processor.

You might be far better off buying a newer system.
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Doug Monroe
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Re: speed of 9000/807s

The idea IS to replace the unit. Looks like a B or C class workstation will fit the bill (order of magnatude improvement).

Thanks all.
Fabio Ettore
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Re: speed of 9000/807s

Hi Doug,

for your info, in attachment two docs.
They refer to any ways to verify CPU speed.

I hope this helps you.

Best regards,
Ettore
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