some rumors say that the next upgrade on pi is 2GB ram…no Gb ethernet
even if you use a gigabit usb adapter you can’t reach good speed on pi because all data transfer on pi use a shared USB 2 bus, so 480Mbits/s (Teorical!) max. Consider all traffic, network, usb hardisk, etc… the performance won’t be as expected
That may be true but it isn’t true 1Gb because the current USB 2.0 spec doesn’t support those speeds.
Could use a banana PI, it lacks processing power, however has a GB-eth PY and sata PY in the SOC
Would not be surprised it still beats the RPI 3 on I/O.
i’m on amazon searching a banana pi…
Or look for a Cubietruck
Yes i know, i’ve written a small python script to get info and changed the php page of dashboard… But i didn’t like too much as solution…
I did the tests, CentOS already includes mdadm if RAID is configured.
So we can safely remove the mdadm dependency, I just have to re member to create a new issue on github!
There is no rush, its just so ugly. (you cloud opt for a conditional depent just to be sure…)
BTW. the intention (design goal if you wish) was (is) getting unchanged NS running on a arm device
That would be awesome,
Had a go on it and almost there…
It would be a nightmare to maintain this with all the version requirements
Works on rpi3! just follow the wiki (exept the centos image to use)
@jackyes, nice! did you do it recently? We just updated the install script (…23.) the nethserver-system-init.service should complete error free;
rpm -q nethserver-release-7arm nethserver-release-7arm-0.1.23.ga2c0bc2.ns7.noarch
If so could you pm the install logs once again?
I have been watching it closely. Having asked the question that started the
thread I am amazed at the community response and how much has been achieved
in such a short time. I hope to try an install on a Pi this weekend and I
will report back on how it goes for me.
i have installed it today in the afternoon
No problem during the install…
i will pm you the log tomorrow from work