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The '''Ocelot C''' is an evulation platform made by Momentum Computers for PMC-Sierra's [[RM7000|RM7000C]] and RM7065C processors. It is based on a Marvell [[Marvell system controllers|Discovery II MV64340]] system controlle which support DDR memory at 183MHz clock rate, 2MB on-board SRAM, two 64-bit PCI/PCI-X busses, three gigabit ethernet controllers, two multi-protocol serial channels capable of supporting 54Mbit/s rates, and [[Wikipedia:I²C|I²C]].  The Ocelot C occupies a single slot in a standard CompactPCI chassis and is hot swappable. It also has the capability to auto-sense and operate as a CompactPCI system slot or non-system slot. The evaluation board has two Gigabit Ethernet ports, two Ultra160/320 SCSI interfaces.
 
The '''Ocelot C''' is an evulation platform made by Momentum Computers for PMC-Sierra's [[RM7000|RM7000C]] and RM7065C processors. It is based on a Marvell [[Marvell system controllers|Discovery II MV64340]] system controlle which support DDR memory at 183MHz clock rate, 2MB on-board SRAM, two 64-bit PCI/PCI-X busses, three gigabit ethernet controllers, two multi-protocol serial channels capable of supporting 54Mbit/s rates, and [[Wikipedia:I²C|I²C]].  The Ocelot C occupies a single slot in a standard CompactPCI chassis and is hot swappable. It also has the capability to auto-sense and operate as a CompactPCI system slot or non-system slot. The evaluation board has two Gigabit Ethernet ports, two Ultra160/320 SCSI interfaces.
  
 
== Linux support ==
 
== Linux support ==
 
Supported in Linux 2.4 and 2.6 but suffering from bitrot.  Support did not include hotplugging or any of the other advanced features.
 
Supported in Linux 2.4 and 2.6 but suffering from bitrot.  Support did not include hotplugging or any of the other advanced features.

Latest revision as of 14:30, 13 August 2012

Ocelot C support removed
Commit 192cca6ef2c49ac5ff46f7a31cb9dd175995658e
Date June 2007 (For the 2.6.22 release)

The Ocelot C is an evulation platform made by Momentum Computers for PMC-Sierra's RM7000C and RM7065C processors. It is based on a Marvell Discovery II MV64340 system controlle which support DDR memory at 183MHz clock rate, 2MB on-board SRAM, two 64-bit PCI/PCI-X busses, three gigabit ethernet controllers, two multi-protocol serial channels capable of supporting 54Mbit/s rates, and I²C. The Ocelot C occupies a single slot in a standard CompactPCI chassis and is hot swappable. It also has the capability to auto-sense and operate as a CompactPCI system slot or non-system slot. The evaluation board has two Gigabit Ethernet ports, two Ultra160/320 SCSI interfaces.

Linux support

Supported in Linux 2.4 and 2.6 but suffering from bitrot. Support did not include hotplugging or any of the other advanced features.