ARM as a primary architecture
dj at redhat.com
Thu Mar 22 18:01:27 UTC 2012
> From what I know about the Fedora on ARM,
Please check your "what you know" against the current situtation, it's
very easy to let obsolete impressions carry forth, but they're no
> they use a rather scary looking pile of development boards with very
> poor I/O.
Buy a trimslice and run it with iSCSI. It's a very clean package, and
I can get 80 MB/sec to my file server's disks. That is neither
"scary" nor "poor I/O".
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