as far as I know there’s no one actively adding code support ARM at the moment.
But it shouldn’t be awfully hard.
For ppc64le and s390x platform we just ported the hypervisor side. ovirt-engine itself is
running on x86_64. That simplifies things. The only complexity is in the different device
model for VMs and few features here and there. Patches welcome!:)
All we would need from oVirt side is contributing some machine for CI, and of course
committing to maintain a healthy status of builds and tests.
S390x port might be a good starting point, it’s relatively recent (2-3 years ago), and
done almost exclusively by Viktor Mihajlovski, so this gives you actually a pretty good
picture how many changes that are. Things have changed a bit since then, but I would still
say it’s pretty simple to add another platform, given enough time and skill…(again,
supposing you’re fine with x86 manager)
On 11 Sep 2020, at 09:39, Zhenyu Zheng
Thanks for the reply and info.
I'm actually representing the openEuler ovirt SIG here, they have been working on
porting and testing for a few months,
and there is some progress. We want to check for possibilities for the ovirt upstream
version to support ARM as well.
On Wed, Sep 9, 2020 at 9:25 PM Sandro Bonazzola <sbonazzo(a)redhat.com
Il giorno dom 19 lug 2020 alle ore 16:04 Zhenyu Zheng <zhengzhenyulixi(a)gmail.com
<mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>> ha scritto:
We are currently trying to make oVirt work on ARM64 platform, since I'm quite new to
oVirt community, I'm wondering what is the current status about ARM64 support in the
oVirt upstream, as I saw the oVirt Wikipedia page mentioned there is an ongoing efforts to
support ARM platform. We have a small team here and we are willing to also help to make
Hi, nice to see this initiative. I'd like to loop you in with Joey Ma who also is
working on porting to ARM.
There's an ongoing effort for Open Euler Virt SIG about this:
Vincent Van der Kussen <https://twitter.com/vincentvdk>
is also working on porting
to ARM (https://twitter.com/kbsingh/status/335023164289601536
Dennis Gilmore <https://twitter.com/dgilmoreAU/status/1107747205283278848>
success in running ovirt-engine on aarch64 too.
It would be nice to see an interest group working together on this.
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