KDJ11-A/M8192 identified as PDT11/50 from resorc /a?

Paul Koning paulkoning at comcast.net
Thu Sep 10 11:49:58 CDT 2015

> On Sep 10, 2015, at 12:41 PM, Holm Tiffe <holm at freibergnet.de> wrote:
> ..have repaired a HH725 Harddisk /TA7245BP was bad since a tantal Elko had
> a short) and booted now RT11 V5.07 with the new now repaired 1/73 CPU.
> Resorc /A give the following informations:
> ...
> PDT 11/150 Processor
> FP11 Hardware Floating Point Unit
> ...
> Hmm, is that normal that the CPU gets identified as PDT11/150?

I wonder what it looks for to produce that.

> Interestingly it finds an FP11 but the Socket is empty.

J-11 always has float support.  Without the float chip, it's in CPU microcode; with it, that chip offloads the float and it goes faster.


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