Re: More progress to report
> That approach may be reasonable for many arm architectures
> which do not show considerably lower performance on 64 bit
> compared to 32 bit.
> For the Pi4 this is an undeniably good reason not to use 64
> bit because contrary to common believes the 32 bit kernel
> has no problems with 8 GB of RAM.
How about running 32-bit binaries/executables on 64 bit-kernel,
which can be done on RPi with no problem.
My reason for advocating 32-bit binaries on 64-bit ARM CPUs
(not limited to RPi4) is considerably smaller memory footprint.
Best regards, Ryutaroh