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Jan van den Ende
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Fresh royalty - cnb

Mainly active in Servers, and also often seen in VMS,
cnb

http://forums11.itrc.hp.com/service/forums/publicProfile.do?userId=CA1083497

has reached his Castle.

CONGRATS!

cnb, would you care to expose your name and some of your history?

Proost.

Have one on me.

jpe
Don't rust yours pelled jacker to fine doll missed aches.
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Robert Gezelter
Honored Contributor

Re: Fresh royalty - cnb

cnb,

Congratulations from New York City!

- Bob Gezelter, http://www.rlgsc.com
Mobeen_1
Esteemed Contributor

Re: Fresh royalty - cnb

Congrats cnb
Art Wiens
Respected Contributor

Re: Fresh royalty - cnb

Wow! Look at that point distribution ... Jack Of All Trades he is!

Congrats from Canada!

Cheers,
Art
The Brit
Honored Contributor

Re: Fresh royalty - cnb

Great job "cnb"

With your spread of expertise, you must be a great guy to have around.

Keep on going

Dave.
H.Merijn Brand (procura
Honored Contributor

Re: Fresh royalty - cnb

Congrats well done!

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Enjoy, Have FUN! H.Merijn
Enjoy, Have FUN! H.Merijn
V. Nyga
Honored Contributor

Re: Fresh royalty - cnb

Congrats cnb!

Enjoy your new hat and
keep on foruming!

Volkmar
*** Say 'Thanks' with Kudos ***

Re: Fresh royalty - cnb

Congrats! Don't sit on the pointy parts.
Duncan Morris
Honored Contributor

Re: Fresh royalty - cnb

cnb,

congrats from the UK. A great width of knowledge in your profile.

Duncan
cnb
Honored Contributor
Solution

Re: Fresh royalty - cnb

Hmmm...

Wow and Many Thanks!

Ok here goes. I worked Main-Frame and Mini's too long ago to remember the dates. I will say that I got into this business still in my teen years. ;-)

Cut my teeth on Data General Nova Series and ASR-33 paper tape loaders (anyone remember NOVA checker-board I/II/III tests?). Man how I hated Paper Tape read errors...

Long Hardware history with Control Data, IBM (S/360-M30, 1130 with 4k (gotta love 2315, Selectrix & Punch Card loads;http://www-03.ibm.com/ibm/history/exhibits/1130/1130_intro.html) & Series 1)), CA, GA, Data General, Sperry-Univac (http://vipclubmn.org/cp16bit.aspx (AN/UYK-502, 1616, etc...ever try to program one of those puppies?)), Burroughs gear and then DEC.

For reasons still not quite clear to me at the time, DEC became my favorite when I hit the PDP-8s and PDP-11 series. The front panel 3rd party disk and tape bootstrap switch sequences (prior to the M9302/12s) were addicting. The routines I memorized (out of sheer boredom during PMs) always amazed even the DEC guys, who would show up for a PM or a SYSGEN. The customers would always make me show them how fast I could key in an 11/70 bootstrap routine or code changes. ;-)

Let's see how did that go again? 17776700/Load Address

Anyway long and boring stuff... Worked with RSTS/E, RSX-11, RT-11, VMS (since the VAX 11/750 series), RS/6k, AIX, MVS, Solaris, IRIX (SGI - GREAT stuff to work on back then). I have forgotten much more...

So a long road to where I am now in Hardware and Software Support. Mainly on HP Products (DEC/Compaq/HP - I Still blame Palmer), SUN, IBM in multi-platform Clustered High-Availability Mission Critical environments or AKA High-Stress when the sh*t hits the fan.

Still think VMS was the best OS for troubleshooting any hardware issue unlike some of the stuff we work on these days. If VMS ran then about 95% of your hardware was good to go without even have to run diags. But those diags, DEC knew how to make a Hardware guy work for it! DS> ATTACH DWMBA HUB ...WTF?

PCL11 "Clustering" anyone?

One of my favorite VAX machines to work on, VAX8650 breaking codes inside the T-11 or using the Pro-380 on a Nautilus system. Those were the days.

OK, I need to stop...my head hurts.

Great Forum and I am in awe of the sheer talent that gathers here daily (Volker's Crash Analysis is a thing of beauty). I lurked for the longest time before jumping in and have actually been a member since the EBS days (under another account). BTW: I still have my DECUS Member Information Kit and Card from 1988 (OK so I joined late).

Jan et al...

You guys are the Best of the Best!

Thanks again and apologies in advance to all for my forgetfulness, grumpiness and often poorly constructed and quick-triggered posts.

Best Regards,

-cnb
Jan van den Ende
Honored Contributor

Re: Fresh royalty - cnb

cnb

That IS an impressive history!

>>>
One of my favorite VAX machines to work on, VAX8650
<<<

Oh well, I had the first of those in the Netherlands to configure and integrate.
Imagine, for 2 weeks a brandnew 8650 was _MY_ PC (as in truely my Personal Computer) !

--- only, I still did not get your name. Is it really that big a secret?

Proost.

Have one on me.

jpe
Don't rust yours pelled jacker to fine doll missed aches.
Wim Van den Wyngaert
Honored Contributor

Re: Fresh royalty - cnb

cnb,

Congrats with your new title.
You make me feel young again (but hey, I started on PDP11/34 and then HP3000).

BTW : cnb = ?Chris?...

Wim
Wim
Kris Clippeleyr
Honored Contributor

Re: Fresh royalty - cnb


cnb,

Congrats from Flanders.
Keep on foruming.

Kris (aka Qkcl)

BTW, I guess the nick 'cnb' means 'crash and burn' (see Merijn's post).
I'm gonna hit the highway like a battering ram on a silver-black phantom bike...
Andy Bustamante
Honored Contributor

Re: Fresh royalty - cnb

Congrats from San Diego.

I remember working with PDPs and typing in the boot sequence for UD-33 controllers to format new disks. At the end, it was a good week when a disk didn'st fail somewhere.

If you don't have time to do it right, when will you have time to do it over? Reach me at first_name + "." + last_name at sysmanager net
cnb
Honored Contributor

Re: Fresh royalty - cnb

Yes the Nic comes from Crash and Burn.

I got from my Moto-Cross days when someone from Dirt Bike Magazine took a photo of me riding with a cast on my broken foot and caught me in another endo (end-over-end) during my heat. They posted it in their column 'Crash and Burn'.

It also applies to a very young FE working a PM on an 11/70 when DEC first put the 871 breakers in the open area under the cabinet door in the rear and if you step just close enough with (my) big feet, you can cause quite a panic for the system manager running month end.

Been there - Done that.

;-)

Rgds,