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Re: RFS: libpsm2

Hi Afif,

Thank you for the preliminary comments and for taking a look at this.

Re: amd64 architecture

libpsm2 may very well compile on freebsd-amd64. However, the freebsd
kernel has no hfi1 module at this point in time. Lacking kernel
support, this package will be useless on that architecture. Also, I
believe that upstream has no intent to support freebsd. Thoughts?

Brian T. Smith
System Fabric Works
Senior Technical Staff
(512) 293-4472

On Tue, Dec 12, 2017 at 11:13 AM, Afif Elghraoui <afif@debian.org> wrote:
> On December 12, 2017 12:01:21 PM EST, Brian Smith <bsmith@systemfabricworks.com> wrote:
>>I haven't received any responses to my request for sponsorship of
>>libpsm2. If I don't hear from anyone today, I'll seek help on
> I was traveling recently, but I had taken a quick look at it last night and was hoping to give it a full review tonight. If you're fine with some partial notes to get started:
> * You use arch:amd64. Would it work for kreebsd-amd64 as well? If so, I'd suggest putting arch:any-amd64.
> * I saw two symbols files, but they seemed to me from my quick look to be for the same binary package.
> * The vcs repository currently resides in pkg-ofed. It'd be nice to put it in the debian-hpc space (/git/debian-hpc/ on alioth).
> regards
> Afif

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