[Starlingx-discuss] Starlingx on ARM processor

Jeremy Stanley fungi at yuggoth.org
Tue Feb 7 00:56:54 UTC 2023

On 2023-02-07 07:25:17 +0700 (+0700), Outback Dingo wrote:
> while i see you mentioned three components, arm, edge and openstack
> I concur with you that starlingx should support arm also, though it is
> very x86 centric
> that being said, we faced a similar issue, Ive listed the following to
> help you in your edge case scenerios

Note that upstream OpenStack can be run on ARM (AArch64) servers,
and the OpenStack community even tests changes to its source code
inside virtual machines running in multiple ARM-based OpenStack
Clouds. Whether RPI4 boards have sufficient resources to be used for
that, and what distributions actually support running OpenStack on
ARM processors more generally I don't know (Debian's OpenStack
packages almost certainly do, but I'm unsure which others can).

Also I have no idea what the state of StarlingX on ARM may be, nor
what minimum resource requirements it might have for each server.
Hopefully others on this list can speak more authoritatively on that
Jeremy Stanley
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