I'm using Uyuni Master on Raspberry Pi 4 for about a month already for development.
The only issue I found: it can eat all of the ram on repos synchronization on storing the
data to the DB. (java was killed with OOM at least twice with 8Gb ram).
I've fixed it by adding extra swap, but probably we need to review why it is using so
much memory by taskomatic task after synchronizing the repo.
All of the repos I've synchronized were really heavy.
On Thu, 2021-05-13 at 15:50 +0000, Julio Gonzalez wrote:
aarch64 is now enabled for the Master project .
Big thanks to Guillaume Gardet for helping us with the first steps and the
This means you can now install Uyuni Master Server on top of openSUSE Leap
15.2 aarch64 by following the instructions at
The proxy can be installed by following the doc, and replacing x86_64 with
aarch64 where appropriate (doc is not updated yet).
Remember that Uyuni Master must not be used for production purposes!!!!
Before we launch it as Stable, we want to gather some feedback from the
community (as discussed during the last Community Hours).
- If you give it a try and you don't find any issues, let's us know by
replying to this email.
- If you find issues, you can reply as well, but even a better alternative is
creating an issue at https://github.com/uyuni-project/uyuni/issues