bradleyb at fuzziesquirrel.com
Tue Mar 31 03:25:23 AEDT 2020
at 8:37 PM, Richard Hanley <rhanley at google.com> wrote:
> We looked into getting Envoy as a proxy for a distributed BMC network.
> The idea was that Envoy could be used for discoverability and creating
> long lived authenticated channels with HTTP/2. That work got mostly
> shelved because it was really hard to get the build system to work on
> 32-bit arm (not to mention getting it to work with bitbake).
> I'm not too familiar with corosync. I remember reading a bit about it
> when Vishwa mentioned aggregating BMCs a few months ago. It looks like
> it should be relatively easy to build (at least compared to envoy).
> Unfortunately we never got a chance to see how much cpu usage is used
> when Envoy is run on a Poleg. In terms of sheer craziness, corosync
> isn't any less crazy than what we were thinking about, and I was
> relatively optimistic that it could work on current generation hardware.
> - Richard
Thanks for the reply Richard!
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