Dennis Clarke a écrit : > > Somewhat annoyed by reality but I have to ask. > > [ here you need to hear a long whine noise like metal failing ] > I have a Fujitsu/Oracle M3000 brick sitting in my world and near as I > can tell it runs nothing other than Oracle Solaris 11.3 and will never > be able to run anything else. Not even the "free to download" Oracle > Solaris 11.4 because the Lawnmower killed all sparc support for all > sparc hardware other than a T4 and upwards. For now anyways. > [ end of high pitch whine ] > > Thus with 64G of ECC memory and four very expensive 15k rpm SAS disks > the thing is a brick. Or is it ? > > Is there any reasonable way to : > > > [A] netboot Debian > > [B] toss it on a scrap heap for re-cycle > > > Would love to hear any input from folks who have tried.
I haven't this kind of server, but some others Sparc64. OpenBSD and NetBSD don't run on M3000. You can test FreeBSD that supported some SPARC64, but... "UltraSPARC is a Tier 2 architecture through FreeBSD 12.x. It is no longer supported in FreeBSD 13.0 and later." Best regards, JKB