Re: Summary of the Arm ports BoF at DC18
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On 07-11-2018 20:15, Steve McIntyre wrote:
>> Currently all the amd64 CI nodes are VM's on Amazon EC2. There is
>> currently no arrangement for hosting actual hardware.
> Right. I didn't realise that. In that case for arm*, would VMs on
> packet.net or similar work for us then?
While I was at the BSP in Paris, you promised ivodd that you would pass
us credentials for (I assume) packet.net. I assume you either didn't
have time yet, or forgot. In the latter case consider this a polite ping.
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