[TUHS] A Talk on Early Unix
brad at anduin.eldar.org
Sun Jul 3 11:17:52 AEST 2016
Lyndon Nerenberg <lyndon at orthanc.ca> writes:
> Basically, the 3B2s (and the 3B4K by extension) were designed to hang off the side of the 4ESS and collect toll call records for billing purposes. Anyone remember Tuxedo?
Tuxedo, the database?? FML buffers, etc.. That Tuxedo???
If so, Ya, the system I worked on when I was at AT&T / Lucent in the
mid-90's to early 2000s used it. The product was a traffic management
system called NTMOS or NetMinder/NTM. We had the source code to the
version of Tuxedo used by the product, and ran it on the Vax initially
and then ported it to the Mips based Star servers [Tandems], i386 based
NCR systems, probably the Sun Sparc at some point, and lastly the HPs.
Brad Spencer - brad at anduin.eldar.org - KC8VKS
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