Edit Package kiwi-templates-JeOS

openSUSE Tumbleweed JeOS Images

This provides "Just enough Operating System" images based on Tumbleweed for several platforms.

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Antoine Ginies's avatar

aginies wrote over 1 year ago

Yes it was an error, then i pushed from home:aginies:branches:Virtualization:Appliances:Images:openSUSE-Tumbleweed kiwi-templates-JeOS to the correct place, what's was wrong on this one ? And we didn't want to enable XEN on aarch64, as this is only tested and ok on x86_64. Any other arch for XEN should not be used.


Fabian Vogt's avatar

favogt wrote over 1 year ago

Did you mean to comment on the sr? It only included a change to the .changes file, probably because OBS rebased after I pushed the revert.

> And we didn't want to enable XEN on aarch64, as this is only tested and ok on x86_64. Any other arch for XEN should not be used.

That's up to the xen package IMO. It has enabled builds for aarch64 for quite some time. If it's not meant to be used, that wouldn't make sense. For Tumbleweed, I'm not aware of any openQA tests for Xen on x86_64 either. I don't see any downside of including those packages, it's up to whoever deploys JeOS which platform to use anyway.


Antoine Ginies's avatar

aginies wrote over 1 year ago

Probalbly not the right place, but domU with the kernel-default on arm will not work because it has no PV driver. So we will adjust ExclusiveArch: or tools-domU for x86_64 only. So adding this packages in the JeOS image on other arch than x86_84 is useless.


Fabian Vogt's avatar

favogt wrote over 1 year ago

> Probalbly not the right place, but domU with the kernel-default on arm will not work because it has no PV driver.

Is that also needed for modes other than PV?


Antoine Ginies's avatar

aginies wrote over 1 year ago

I don't know which domU mode are supported on arm arch (if there is any ...). As there is no PV drivers enalbe, all IO will requires emulated devices (using qemu).

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