The Workbench 2023-11
the solar PV generators are in place and working. So I make good on my promise and switch on the Sparc machine!
The build Environment will be Solaris 11.4 CBE, the developer version from here https://www.oracle.com/de/solaris/solaris11/downloads/solaris-downloads.....
It was announced here: https://blogs.oracle.com/solaris/post/announcing-the-first-oracle-solari...
And as far as I can see this is the license: https://www.oracle.com/downloads/licenses/solaris-ea-license.html
If someone wants to grant a production license, that would enable regular builds on more recent SRUs. Else I would need a granted build-Zone from anyone (well that goes back to the very first times I build with SFE, the old Sun Microsystems Cloud instances - yes that was a cloud then).
If you know the SFE packages and would like to see a specific packages made available first, then please drop me a note.
To get and idea what might be available, look into the IPS publishers linked here: https://sfe.opencsw.org/quickrepolinks
About Openindiana and MySQL. They are dropping the MySQL branch and move to Maria-DB. In principle SFE could provide a MySQL package and associated Perl modules on Openindiana. Do you want to help out a little bit? If there is a chance that OpenIndiana installs smoothly under SmartOS bhyve hypervisor, then please let me know your setup/configuration.
About Omnios and target OS releases. The release 151038-LTS ist currently active with building SFE packages. For 151046-LTS I'll try a complete rebuild of SFE packages next. Just in case of strong need, drop me a note if you want packages for 151044-LTS - currently I try to skip this release as many 151038-LTS built packages might just work on 151044-LTS.
Update 20231119: Currently building on OmniOSce 151046-LTS - I might skip 151044. First addition is SFEgcc updated to version 11.4.
Update 20231120: gcc-11.4 and MySQL 8.0.35 are available for OmniOSce r151046LTS