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On 16 Aug 2006 at 14:42, Barry.Treahy@EmersonNetworkPower.com wrote:
> You might find the costs to migrate everything from the 4000/100 models
> to replacement CHARON 4000/108 emulated systems cost effect

Another CHARON-VAX possibility [Shameless Plug Alert (tm)] is to 
consolidate those 4000's into one 6610 (or 6620, 6630, etc.) emulated 
system.  The 66x0 series can do 95+ VUP's per emulated processor on 
modern multi-core Opteron systems.

--Stan Quayle
Quayle Consulting Inc.

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Stanley F. Quayle wrote:
> On 16 Aug 2006 at 14:42, Barry.Treahy@EmersonNetworkPower.com wrote:
>> You might find the costs to migrate everything from the 4000/100 models
>> to replacement CHARON 4000/108 emulated systems cost effect
> 
> Another CHARON-VAX possibility [Shameless Plug Alert (tm)] is to 
> consolidate those 4000's into one 6610 (or 6620, 6630, etc.) emulated 
> system.  The 66x0 series can do 95+ VUP's per emulated processor on 
> modern multi-core Opteron systems.

Going to a single system gives up some advantages of a cluster.

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