Fwd: Which repo is more stable, feature complete, most functionality? https://github.com/openbmc/openbmc or https://github.com/Intel-BMC/openbmc
a.amelkin at yadro.com
Wed Mar 25 19:19:29 AEDT 2020
James, I have to disagree.
The last time I tried (Mar 12, commit 276f647402), the openbmc/openbmc
repo was still unable to control power of the host system on Wolfpass.
That is why we're still using Intel-BMC/openbmc for our wolfpass-based
board in development.
On the other hand, the Intel-BMC/openbmc repo lacks virtual media support.
We would love to use the main openbmc/openbmc for our x86 board but so
far it just doesn't work.
24.03.2020 21:11, James Mihm пишет:
> I meant to include the mailing list on my response.
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> From: *James Mihm* <james.mihm at gmail.com <mailto:james.mihm at gmail.com>>
> Date: Mon, Mar 9, 2020 at 7:11 PM
> Subject: Re: Which repo is more stable, feature complete, most
> functionality? https://github.com/openbmc/openbmc or
> To: Bruce Mitchell <Bruce_Mitchell at phoenix.com
> <mailto:Bruce_Mitchell at phoenix.com>>
> The Intel-BMC/openbmc repo is where we (i.e., Intel) pushes our
> internal fork externally while in the process of upstreaming. The
> intent for this repo is for it to be functional on an Intel
> development platform (e.g., Wolfpass) at all times while upstreaming
> changes to the openbmc/openbmc repo. The long term goal is for Intel
> to be pushing all development upstream to the openbmc/openbmc repo,
> and using the Intel-BMC repository for sharing future capabilities
> that are not yet publically announced. Where our goal is to push our
> internal development fork to the Intel-BMC/openbmc repo every two weeks.
> Two exceptions for upstreaming are the webui and linux kernel patches.
> Upstreaming the linux kernel patches is challenging and some of the
> patches may never make it upstream. With the migration of the webui to
> vue.js there's not much point in upstreaming the Intel fork of
> My answer to your question is to use the openbmc/openbmc repository,
> but not for controlling your car brakes.
> On Thu, Jan 16, 2020 at 4:27 PM Bruce Mitchell
> <Bruce_Mitchell at phoenix.com <mailto:Bruce_Mitchell at phoenix.com>> wrote:
> Which repo is more stable, feature complete, most functionality?
> https://github.com/openbmc/openbmc or
> While the WebUI for https://github.com/Intel-BMC/openbmc may look
> presently its functionality for BMC operation seems intermittent
> compared to the functionality of https://github.com/openbmc/openbmc.
> I am referring to basic things such as displaying the BMC's
> Firmware Version, the lack of displaying any NIC for Network
> Settings, the "hang" for Health Hardware Status.
> This is not a request about ahead or behind; I am asking about
> stable, feature complete, most functionality.
> Using a metaphor here; if you had to select today one of the 2 for
> controlling your car's breaks which would it be?
> Thank you.
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