Release Version : v5.0 Release Date : 12-Dec-2017 QEMU : v2.7.0 OpenJDK : v1.8 Docker : v1.12.6 MySQL : percona-5.7.18 CI : Support NFS/SAS boot testing on D03/D05 boardï¼OS is Ubuntu or CentOSï¼ Armor tools : include perf, gdb, strace... (totally more than 40 tools for system debug\analyses\diagnosisï¼ Distributions Supported : Ubuntu 16.04.3,CentOS 7.4,Debian 8.9,mini-rootfs 1.1 Kernel Version : 4.12.0 Bootloader Info : UEFI 3.0 + Grub 2.02-beta3 Boot mode : PXE, NFS, iBMC Load ISO,IPMI Boards Supported : D03(ARM64), D05(ARM64) Deployment Methods : Auto ISO file load, PXE
Estuary is a development version of the whole software solution which target is the ICT market. It is a long term solution and focus on the combination of the high level components. It is expected to be re-based to top tip kernel /distribution versions/applications at the earliest.
1. UEFI - D05 setup menu update(press F2 to enter menu) - Support Perf: ddrc,l3c,nm,pmu - Add PXM: PCIE,HNS,SAS 2. OS - Upgraded Linux kernel version to v4.12.0 3. Distros - Added support for CentOS - Added support for Debian - Added support for Ubuntu 4. Applications - Supported standard respository to install packages on CentOS and Ubuntu platform - Integrated E-Commerce solution based on Spring Cloud Micro-Service - Integrated new application packages - Enhance performance tools including perf,bcc,and so on 5. Deployment - Support standard network installation,ISO installation,and compatible with the original NFS deployment - Build scripts support parallel compiling of CentOS,Ubuntu,Debian,and common modules - The build script supports parallel compiling of various distribution kernel packages - Fixed some bug 6. Document - Updated project documentation (Readme, Grub, etc) - Updated applications user manual (Redis, PostgreSQL, MySQL, MongoDB, etc) 7. CI/Automation - Supported basic CI/Automation for D03 (Build, NFS/Hard disk Deployment, Some tests) - Supported basic CI/Automation for D05 (Build, NFS/Hard disk Deployment, Some tests)
1. Estuary Debian system failed to config&check TSO 2. lscpu display inaccurate information on ARM platform