11-18-2005 02:24 AM
11-18-2005 11:40 AM
11-18-2005 08:30 PM
Dan is certainly right. Other items of speed are a larger memory and, where the chipset can support that, Intel Application Accelerator. Of course, the number of programs loading automatically at startup is also a subject of concern.
11-19-2005 01:26 AM
I remember horror stories about 997/1200's and 16 gigabytes of memory. I don't remember any clear resolutions.
11-20-2005 06:59 PM
Donâ t you feel like assigning points to the replies you received on this topic in July?
It may encourage more participation in this continuation of the topic.
11-23-2005 05:44 AM
11-25-2005 03:12 AM
It might help if we had some more information, such as what version of MPE you are running, how much memory is currently configured in the system, do you utilize User Volumes, what are your queues structured like, how many jobs are you running, waht other 3rd party tools you have, etc. These items would provide a little better detail. You could also try posting your question to the 3000-L@raven.utc.edu, a listserver monitored by even more HP3000 gurus.
My $.04 for inflation,
11-28-2005 01:22 AM
A few years ago , before the HP annoucement concerning the HP/3000 we were planning to upgrade to a N-class or a 997/1200. When hp announced dropping support for the HP/3000, managements direction turned towards converting to HP-UX. I remember at the time that there were some performance issues with 997/1200's a greater than 8 gigabytes of memory. Does anyone know if that problem was fixed or still exists.