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Add na new ARM Worker

Mathias Radtke
Hi

on our local instance I would like to add a new worker for the ARM
architecture running Tumbleweed.
Ist there any reliable documentation on how to accomplish this?

Cheers

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Re: Add na new ARM Worker

Andreas Färber
Hi,

Am 28.04.2017 um 14:19 schrieb Mathias Radtke:
> on our local instance I would like to add a new worker for the ARM
> architecture running Tumbleweed.
> [Is] there any reliable documentation on how to accomplish this?

From what I recall there are no special steps on the worker, apart from
telling it which server to use (like on any worker).

If it's your first ARM worker then on the server you'll need to add a
scheduler for the corresponding architecture (e.g., armv7l or aarch64).

HTH,
Andreas

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Re: Add na new ARM Worker

Mathias Radtke
Hi

On 01.05.2017 17:23, Andreas Färber wrote:
> Hi,
>
> Am 28.04.2017 um 14:19 schrieb Mathias Radtke:
>> on our local instance I would like to add a new worker for the ARM
>> architecture running Tumbleweed.
>> [Is] there any reliable documentation on how to accomplish this?
>  From what I recall there are no special steps on the worker, apart from
> telling it which server to use (like on any worker).
Yes indeed, I neede to install the worker packages and add the main
instance as the server to connect to.
> If it's your first ARM worker then on the server you'll need to add a
> scheduler for the corresponding architecture (e.g., armv7l or aarch64).
Already added
In case anyone's curious where to change the configs, heres where I got
my tutorial from:
https://wiki.tizen.org/wiki/OBS_2.4_All-in-One_Server#Configure_OBS_services

Cheers

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