On Sun, Feb 12, 2006 at 10:10:51PM +0100, Sven Luther wrote: > Well, they could change the boxes to use fast machines, i guess it should be > no major problem, it is just that i386 users are spoiled by the majority of > DDs uploading x86. I can build the 5 images in 1:20 on the power5 with 4 cores. > the idea is to build a few flavours with the -RT patches, not all images, the > same as you only built a few flavours for the vserver patches, and i guess > only powerpc, i386 and amd64 need to be considered for now. So, you don't risk > an explosion of the number of flavours. Okay. Lets take a look at the images: i386: * available: - 486 - 686 (maybe we can adopt the lock-noop patch, see the xen repo for references) - 686-smp - k7 (the same) - k7-smp * ready for merge: - vserver-686 (here, I think, we really should add the mentioned patch, as i386 have a too large overhead for locking) - vserver-k7 * wanted: - amd64-k8 - emt64-$bla * requested for -media (I think): - rt-686 - rt-k7 * pending: - xen-686 - xen-k7 This are 13 images. Also I got requests for openvz but rejected them because they don't follow upstream. powerpc: * available - powerpc - powerpc-miboot - powerpc-smp - powerpc64 * ready for merge: - vserver-powerpc - vserver-powerpc64 Bastian -- Warp 7 -- It's a law we can live with.
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