[sniffer] Re: What is your oldest production CPU?

2013-12-27 Thread eric
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 Hello Sniffer Folks,
 
 We would like to know what your oldest production CPU is.
 
 When building new binaries of SNF or it's utilities we would like to 
select the newest CPU we can without leaving anybody behind.
 
 We're also evaluating whether we should split binaries into a 
compatible version base on Intel i686 (or equivalent AMD), and a 
current version based on Intel Core2 (or equivalent AMD).
 
 Please respond here.
 
 Thanks for your time!!
 
 _M
 
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[sniffer] Re: What is your oldest production CPU?

2013-12-27 Thread Darin Cox

Hi Pete,

Our oldest production servers still have 1.1 - 1.4 GHz P3's in them. 
However, for mail our oldest are quad core 3Ghz Xeons.


Darin.

-Original Message- 
From: Pete McNeil

Sent: Friday, December 27, 2013 9:43 AM
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Subject: [sniffer] What is your oldest production CPU?

Hello Sniffer Folks,

We would like to know what your oldest production CPU is.

When building new binaries of SNF or it's utilities we would like to
select the newest CPU we can without leaving anybody behind.

We're also evaluating whether we should split binaries into a
compatible version base on Intel i686 (or equivalent AMD), and a
current version based on Intel Core2 (or equivalent AMD).

Please respond here.

Thanks for your time!!

_M

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[sniffer] Re: What is your oldest production CPU?

2013-12-27 Thread Bonno Bloksma
Hi Pete,

 Hello Sniffer Folks,
 
 We would like to know what your oldest production CPU is.

Oldest production (mail) server is a HP Proliant DL380 G6 with a Xeon E5530 
quad cpu

With kind regards,
Bonno Bloksma
Senior system engineer

tio university of applied sciences
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[sniffer] Re: What is your oldest production CPU?

2013-12-27 Thread Nitin Agarwal
Oldest here: Intel Xeon X3220 (Quad Core)

Nitin


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Subject: [sniffer] What is your oldest production CPU?

Hello Sniffer Folks,

We would like to know what your oldest production CPU is.

When building new binaries of SNF or it's utilities we would like to 
select the newest CPU we can without leaving anybody behind.

We're also evaluating whether we should split binaries into a 
compatible version base on Intel i686 (or equivalent AMD), and a 
current version based on Intel Core2 (or equivalent AMD).

Please respond here.

Thanks for your time!!

_M

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[sniffer] Re: What is your oldest production CPU?

2013-12-27 Thread Michael Hoyt
Our email server: 2 x XEON PAXVILLE 80551 @ 2.8 Ghz (circa 2006).

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[sniffer] Re: What is your oldest production CPU?

2013-12-27 Thread Andy Schmidt
Dell PE 2950
Intel Xeon CPU 5050
Type 0 Family F Model 6 Stepping 4 Revision 2


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Sent: Friday, December 27, 2013 9:44 AM
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Subject: [sniffer] What is your oldest production CPU?

Hello Sniffer Folks,

We would like to know what your oldest production CPU is.

When building new binaries of SNF or it's utilities we would like to select
the newest CPU we can without leaving anybody behind.

We're also evaluating whether we should split binaries into a compatible
version base on Intel i686 (or equivalent AMD), and a current version
based on Intel Core2 (or equivalent AMD).

Please respond here.

Thanks for your time!!

_M

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Chief Scientist
ARM Research Labs, LLC
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866-770-1044 x7010
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[sniffer] Re: What is your oldest production CPU?

2013-12-27 Thread Peer-to-Peer (Spam-Filter.com)
Intel Xeon dual core


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Sent: Friday, December 27, 2013 9:44 AM
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Subject: [sniffer] What is your oldest production CPU?

Hello Sniffer Folks,

We would like to know what your oldest production CPU is.

When building new binaries of SNF or it's utilities we would like to select
the newest CPU we can without leaving anybody behind.

We're also evaluating whether we should split binaries into a compatible
version base on Intel i686 (or equivalent AMD), and a current version
based on Intel Core2 (or equivalent AMD).

Please respond here.

Thanks for your time!!

_M

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Chief Scientist
ARM Research Labs, LLC
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866-770-1044 x7010
twitter/codedweller


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[sniffer] Re: What is your oldest production CPU?

2013-12-27 Thread Greg Coffey
Oldest here is an Intel i5-2500k

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Hi Pete,

Our oldest production servers still have 1.1 - 1.4 GHz P3's in them. 
However, for mail our oldest are quad core 3Ghz Xeons.

Darin.

-Original Message- 
From: Pete McNeil
Sent: Friday, December 27, 2013 9:43 AM
To: Message Sniffer Community
Subject: [sniffer] What is your oldest production CPU?

Hello Sniffer Folks,

We would like to know what your oldest production CPU is.

When building new binaries of SNF or it's utilities we would like to
select the newest CPU we can without leaving anybody behind.

We're also evaluating whether we should split binaries into a
compatible version base on Intel i686 (or equivalent AMD), and a
current version based on Intel Core2 (or equivalent AMD).

Please respond here.

Thanks for your time!!

_M

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866-770-1044 x7010
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[sniffer] Re: What is your oldest production CPU?

2013-12-27 Thread Matt
Intel 5400 series Xeon here.  But don't forget virtualization.  I'm not 
sure what CPU virtualization does to targeting your code.


Matt




On 12/27/2013 9:43 AM, Pete McNeil wrote:

Hello Sniffer Folks,

We would like to know what your oldest production CPU is.

When building new binaries of SNF or it's utilities we would like to 
select the newest CPU we can without leaving anybody behind.


We're also evaluating whether we should split binaries into a 
compatible version base on Intel i686 (or equivalent AMD), and a 
current version based on Intel Core2 (or equivalent AMD).


Please respond here.

Thanks for your time!!

_M





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[sniffer] Re: What is your oldest production CPU?

2013-12-27 Thread Pete McNeil

On 2013-12-27 15:45, Matt wrote:
Intel 5400 series Xeon here.  But don't forget virtualization.  I'm 
not sure what CPU virtualization does to targeting your code.


That's a good point The processor should be specified in the VM 
profile and if I recall correctly it is typically defaulted to the 
processor of the VM host. I should look closer at this -- but would like 
some feedback.


Thanks,

_M

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[sniffer] Re: What is your oldest production CPU?

2013-12-27 Thread eric
Under Hyper-V using 3rd generation and the most recent 4th generation Xeon 
processors the PROCESSOR_IDENTIFIER environment variable is set to: Intel64 
Family 6 Model nn Stepping n, Genuine Intel






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 On Dec 27, 2013, at 1:00 PM, Pete McNeil madscient...@armresearch.com 
wrote:
 
 On 2013-12-27 15:45, Matt wrote:
 Intel 5400 series Xeon here.  But don't forget virtualization.  I'm not 
sure what CPU virtualization does to targeting your code.
 
 That's a good point The processor should be specified in the VM 
profile and if I recall correctly it is typically defaulted to the 
processor of the VM host. I should look closer at this -- but would like 
some feedback.
 
 Thanks,
 
 _M
 
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 Chief Scientist
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 866-770-1044 x7010
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[sniffer] Re: What is your oldest production CPU?

2013-12-27 Thread Matt
On a VMware ESXi 5.x box with a virtual machine version 8, and physical 
E5-2689 CPU's I see the following:


On a Windows 2003 32-bit host, Device Manager shows that it is x86 
family 6 model 45.
On a Windows 2008 R2 64-bit host, Device Manager shows that it is 
Intel64 family 6 model 45.


Windows does know the processor version as well, though that's just meta 
information I believe and may not be reliable.  There are of course 
several other popular flavors of virtualization that I am not familiar with.


Matt





On 12/27/2013 3:58 PM, Pete McNeil wrote:

On 2013-12-27 15:45, Matt wrote:
Intel 5400 series Xeon here.  But don't forget virtualization.  I'm 
not sure what CPU virtualization does to targeting your code.


That's a good point The processor should be specified in the VM 
profile and if I recall correctly it is typically defaulted to the 
processor of the VM host. I should look closer at this -- but would 
like some feedback.


Thanks,

_M





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