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Re: Retiring the sparc32 port

Austin Denyer wrote:
> Again, that's fine if you have more work for it to do.  I would gain no
> benefit by replacing my SS5 as it works just as well for the task in
> hand as it did when it was new.  A new machine would just be spinning
> it's wheels 98% of the time, using more electricity, which in turn
> generates heat, which makes my A/C work harder, which uses more
> electricity...

You know, there are new machines that use significantly less power even
when fully loaded than old kit, and _probably_ have enough resources for
whatever you're using it for. The $90 arm nslu2 comes to mind..

see shy jo

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