[TUHS] AT&T 3b4000 (was Re: Old 386 Unix Versions)

Clem Cole clemc at ccc.com
Fri Jul 26 06:47:58 AEST 2019

Yes, it was a full Single System Image (SSI) system -- one of the 3B4000's
SW architects was Tom Bishop, whom I'm still in contact (he's in the Austin
these days).  Those folk did a nice job.  FWIW:   When the 4000 project was
canceled in Indiana Hill, Tom joined us @ LCC to work on TNC.

On Thu, Jul 25, 2019 at 3:30 PM Kevin Bowling <kevin.bowling at kev009.com>

> ISTM the 4000 was one of the earlier UNIX clusters, very close to Locus in
> time? Any pointers for more info would be appreciated, I don’t care if it
> sucked it’s still interesting
> On Thu, Jul 25, 2019 at 12:16 PM Lyndon Nerenberg <lyndon at orthanc.ca>
> wrote:
>> Kevin Bowling writes:
>> > Can you share any details or photos about that 3B?
>> Nope.  The only pictures I had of the '4000 were from the night we
>> "decommissioned" it.  They were lost many moves ago.  But even if I
>> still had them I would not let them out in public, to protect the
>> guilty.
>> Which is a shame, because some of them were quite entertaining :-)
>> --lyndon
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