* Niels Thykier: > armel/armhf: > ------------ > > * Undesirable to keep the hardware running beyond 2020. armhf VM > support uncertain. (DSA) > - Source: [DSA Sprint report]
Fedora is facing an issue running armhf under virtualization on arm64: <https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1572916> <https://gcc.gnu.org/ml/gcc/2018-06/msg00036.html> Unless the discussion has moved somewhere where I can't follow it, no one seems to have solid idea what is going on. It's also not clear that this configuration has substantial vendor or community support. This makes me concerned that virtualization is a viable path forward here. (The discussion on the GCC list started off with a misdirection, sorry about that. The brief assumption that this was a hardware quirk is likely quite wrong.) > * Concern for mips, mips64el, mipsel and ppc64el: no upstream support > in GCC > (Raised by the GCC maintainer; carried over from stretch) I'm surprised to read this. ppc64el features prominently in the toolchain work I do (though I personally do not work on the GCC side). >From my point of view, it's absolutely not in the same category as the MIPS-based architectures.