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Matthew S. Wilson
Building infrastructure services (EC2, EBS, S3, …) at AWS Free/Open Source Romantic he/him/they/them Opinions: my own
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Matthew S. Wilson 17m
Replying to @QuinnyPig @ReinH
There is one in particular that keeps showing up in my TL. It goes on about what the future is, and how it is a strategy, not a sourcing decision... It is kinda funny, I guess...
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vincent zimmer 4h
Replying to @_msw_
Impressive work on memory safety using CBMC for FreeRTOS
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Matthew S. Wilson 5h
There's no longer a distinction. The FreeRTOS project now includes the additional connectivity libraries, security libraries, and IoT reference integrations.
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Matthew S. Wilson 5h
And trading software freedom?
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Matthew S. Wilson 5h
Replying to @olofj
I guess? But FreeRTOS is OSS, and still is. Patches accepted and all that...
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Matthew S. Wilson 5h
So, move from FreeRTOS to an alternative under these non-open-source terms? And with memory overhead too? 🤔
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Matthew S. Wilson 8h
Replying to @danselstory
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Matthew S. Wilson 8h
Maybe it gets into needing vIOMMU for a DMA-capable GPU device being passed through?
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Matthew S. Wilson 9h
Indeed, microarchiture (the hardware implementation of a given ISA) is what matters in achieved performance than the ISA itself. I would not draw performance conclusions for Graviton2 from HiSilicon results.
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Matthew S. Wilson 9h
"Where are the flying cars?"
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Matthew S. Wilson 9h
However, one example of an "open" service may be the ability to acquire the services under reasonable terms without discrimination?
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Matthew S. Wilson 9h
I would think that the service operational aspects (including, but not limited to, infrastructure architecture, capital costs, amortization) are orthogonal to "open."
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Matthew S. Wilson 10h
Replying to @cperciva
Ah, might be a good combination with multi-cloud?
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Matthew S. Wilson 10h
I wish this was HP 48GX.
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Matthew S. Wilson 10h
Personally speaking, I've never experimented with trying to get VBS enabled when running Windows 10 under KVM. Others seem to have done it, e.g. Perhaps has done this in his previous work.
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Matthew S. Wilson 10h
Replying to @dwizzzleMSFT
swtpm doesn't require anything in particular for its backing.
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Matthew S. Wilson 10h
Replying to @dwizzzleMSFT
TPM 1.2 or 2.0?
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Matthew S. Wilson 11h
Replying to @QuinnyPig
And, sometimes, few things more rewarding.
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Matthew S. Wilson 11h
Replying to @dwizzzleMSFT
Yes.
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