Multi-node support

Thaj tajudheenk at
Tue Jul 23 04:20:54 AEST 2019

Thanks Brad. Like you said, by multi-node I meant a scalable modular server
For example, two 2-socket chassis (modules) can be combined(via cables) to
form single 4-socket server system.
In this case we may need MC to MC communication interface (Master/Slave)
for BMC management.

On Mon, Jul 22, 2019 at 10:56 PM Brad Bishop <bradleyb at>

> On Mon, Jul 22, 2019 at 10:26:04AM +0530, Thaj wrote:
> >Hi,
> >
> >Does OpenBMC support Multi-node server configuration ?
> Can you elaborate on what you mean by this?  I work for IBM so when I
> hear "multi-node" I think of multiple chassis, connected via cables NUMA
> systems.  If that -is- what you are referring to then OpenBMC does not
> support that today.
> >
> >Where can I get the roadmap of features in OpenBMC ?
> We label enhancement issues in Github by release so for example:
> To be honest there isn't a lot there - we're struggling somewhat to get
> those who implement features to maintain feature issues like these.
> thx - brad
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