The vast majority of builds are now done, imported and signed for
ppc64le in epel7 so the architecture is now enabled in koji.
TL;DR: If you have issues ask on this thread or on IRC in #epel or #fedora-ppc
We ran into a bunch of build issues (even on x86_64/ppc64) and have
submitted fixes for builds with issues, some of these are still
filtering through bodhi so please add karma in bodhi.
The major bits that are missing are:
* Globus stack - I'll this up in the next couple of days, any help and
direction appreciated, ping me on IRC.
* Haskell bootstrap - I'm working with the maintainer to bootstrap
this on the arch
* cross* - the maintainer is working with the Fedora secondary team to
The above are relatively self contained so won't impact the vast
majority of people.
There's also no mono/golang/nodejs for ppc64le currently, in the case
of mono/noejs that should be fixed once the stacks rebase to their
respective 4.x releases. I know there was discussions in both cases to
do that outside of the ppc64le support.
Once everything has settled down, and the few missing bits mentioned
above are in place, I'll enable bodhi/mash for it next week and it'll
head out to the mirrors.
I don't expect any major issues in terms of builds, we obviously
already have ppc64 and ppc64le is Little Endian like x86_64, RHEL
Server for ppc64le is also much closer to x86_64 in terms of
packages/features than it's big endian sibling and I've noticed in
checking all the builds we already have a bunch more EPEL packages for
ppc64le than ppc64.
It's possible that a ppc64le build for a particular NVR might have
slipped through the cracks, if so let me know and I'll ensure I get it
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