Armeb removal before 12
phk at phk.freebsd.dk
Wed Jun 13 18:23:25 UTC 2018
In message <CANCZdfpuV-97=u-p4iHki7nQ4Kg9z=fPnatQ02GOPpGzuQfERA at mail.gmail.com>, Warner Losh writes:
>One can, with a lot of effort, do 64MB too, but it's more effort than for
>i386. Even at 64MB on i386, though, the number of things you can do is
>quite limited. You can't build anything on that machine.
Well, we *do* have code for something called "swap-devices", and
belive it or not, I actually ran make world in 64MB recently - just
to see if it would work. Took most of a week.
PS: No opinion on the proposed removal.
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