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By mikemillion ·
I just picked up this server from a wholesaler, but do not have any documentation. Can anyone help?

On the back, there is a NCR label, with the info Model 3363, Product code PC6B, Class 9372, if this helps... I went to NCR.com and could not find anything on this server.

Also, I have already been to Frontier Pacific Corp, which is the only company I've found on the the internet so far that deals with this kind of equipment...

Mike Elleby

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by tbradley In reply to AT&T StarServer S

Starserver S, a EISA bus, 486/33 multi-processor w/128mb max server, quite a sturdy beast in it's day.

Developed by AT&T, NCR, but actually manufactured by an obscure company called Cascade Business Machines.

It ran BaseWorX, a unix based application program

Unfortunately, that's where I hit a snag, and couldn't find any documentation either, except a user's guide printed in Hungarian.

You might want to try the newsgroups

comp.sys.att and comp.sys.ncr might have users that could help dig up some info.

Sorry couldn't be of more help.

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by emcs In reply to AT&T StarServer S

Lucent is now supporting the StarServer 6386/25s and 6386/33s. They may have some input on the older model. A phone number to try is: 1-888-4-LUCENT (1-888-458-3368).

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