On 11/06/2013 05:58 PM, Peter Robinson wrote:
>>> I know ubuntu is working on supporting ARM in openstack, I really think
>>> we should as well. We should go big or go home. all of this change is
>>> about making Fedora bigger and better. This is a avenue we should
>>> pursue. while ppc is a secondary arch we need to also consider it.
>>> there is a lot of work inside of IBM on KVM and openstack.
>> AFAIK, the work was limited to supporting libvirt LXC on ARM
>> with OpenStack. No one in their right mind should use that since
>> it offers no meaningful security, since there was no work done
>> to make OpenStack request use of SELinux or AppArmour for LXC.
> Linaro is actively working on libvirt ARM for Openstack it but from
> some of their status reports the progress is slow.
>> I've not seen any patches (upstream at least) to support KVM on
>> ARM in OpenStack from any Ubuntu devs, or indeed from anyone at
> Well Linaro is working on it, I get the feeling they're not at the
> upstreaming point.
Yupp, that's what I found out. There is a trystack.org
OpenStack on ARM, based on the work from Linaro.
I believe that is only running LXC, not KVM - at least it was last time
I looked at it. There have been zero patches submitted for KVM ARM with