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Reaper is a Sun Enterprise 4000, with 5 CPU / Memory Boards, 2 SBUS IO Boards, and one Disk Board.
 
Reaper is a Sun Enterprise 4000, with 5 CPU / Memory Boards, 2 SBUS IO Boards, and one Disk Board.
  

Revision as of 21:03, 12 October 2013

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Reaper is a Sun Enterprise 4000, with 5 CPU / Memory Boards, 2 SBUS IO Boards, and one Disk Board.

SunSolve link: http://sunsolve.sun.com/handbook_pub/Systems/E4000/E4000.html

The E4000 is classed as a Midrange server from Sun, and could be ordered up until March 1999.

Configuration

  • Sun E4000
  • 10xUltraSparcII CPUs, clocked at 336MHz, Configuration
  • 6GB RAM
  • OS: Solaris 11/Nevada
  • Configured By: seth