Tony 'Nicoya' Mantler wrote:
> In article , (Timo Kanera)
> wrote:
> : apparently support for many older systems will be dropped in .22 *sigh*
> The wording of that document is rather puzzling. It seems to, at the very least,
> imply that SGI will no longer be offering new support contracts on the older
> machines.

Yes. That is normal at this stage -- SGI can not continue to guarantee availability of
*all* spare parts for these older machines.