Le 04/06/2014 20:12, Matwey V. Kornilov a écrit :
I need a couple of ARM (armv7) workers for my private OBS instance. But
I don't have (yet) hardware for it.
What would you recommend? Just use qemu emulation, or It would be better
to buy some specific eval-board, proven to work correctly?
Qemu emulation is slow but it is easy to get (more or less) old x86_64 servers for a low
price. With Qemu you may hit some unimplemented emulation exceptions.
So, I would recommend to use native ARM workers, if you can get some ARM boards.
I use/used on my private OBS and on packman :
* arndale board : https://en.opensuse.org/HCL:Arndale
* Pandaboard : http://en.opensuse.org/HCL:PandaBoard
* BeagleBoard xM : http://en.opensuse.org/HCL:BeagleBoard-xM
And I will try Sabre Lite : https://en.opensuse.org/HCL:SABRE_Lite
which should be a good
worker with a quad core. :)
Any ARM board supported by openSUSE should be fine. (It is a good stability test. ;) ).
If you need help to get workers working and/or if you want to give some ARM build power to
packman, ping me. ;)
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