On Wed, Sep 14, 2016 at 11:38 AM, Michal Skrivanek <mskrivan(a)redhat.com>
> On 14 Sep 2016, at 11:06, Martin Polednik <mpolednik(a)redhat.com> wrote:
> On 14/09/16 10:42 +0200, Sandro Bonazzola wrote:
>> On Mon, Aug 29, 2016 at 11:01 AM, Sandro Bonazzola <sbonazzo(a)redhat.com
>>> within CentOS Virt SIG interest in having ppc64le and aarch64 as
>>> architecture in oVirt has raised.
>>> Packages from oVirt 4.0.2 has been built for both architectures for
>>> hypervisor host side.
>>> You can find the rpms in the cbs repositories waiting to be signed and
>>> published to mirrors here:
>>> - QEMU and deps: https://cbs.centos.org/repos/
>>> - oVirt Common deps: https://cbs.centos.org/repos/virt7-ovirt-common-
>>> - oVirt 4.0 specific packages: https://cbs.centos
>>> While I'm pretty sure ppc64le will work out of the box I think
>>> missing something on engine side in order to fully support aarch64.
>>> Michal, Francesco, can you open relevant BZs in order to get aarch64
aarch64 is not supported and there’s a long way to get there
it doesn’t hurt building it but people should not expect that it works at
all. Because it doesn’t.
Having the packages ready is a benefit of course, when we get to that we
will have all the bricks ready and we can start on making it work. But I
can’t say when that will happen.
Ok, I opened a RFE to track it for whenever it will be possible to work on
>> Michal, Francesco, any feedback? News?
> The virt stack is still working on aarch64, I believe it doesn't make
> sense to try and start the work from oVirt's POV before CentOS 7.3 is
> That being said, I believe aarch64 support is a huge feature that'll
> take a while to get to a point where we can start submitting bugs. No
> news in that regard.
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