The GCC Compile farm project maintains machines of various architectures and provides SSH access to free software developers, GCC and others (GPL, BSD, MIT, ...).
For more information about usage, see the wiki page of the project.
This system-on-chip research platform features a custom quad-core aarch64 Neoverse N1-based CPU implementing CHERI (a memory protection model), and has 32GB system memory. Disk space is limited (~200GB); please be mindful of your resource usage.
We are still in the process of transitioning to our new domain name and website; please SSH to
Thank you to the University of Cambridge for hosting (and developing) this machine!
The Compile Farm project is happy to announce two new sparc64 LDOMs, each with 32 dedicated threads, 32GB memory, and 1.5TB of disk. They are hosted on a SPARC T4-2 server.
One runs Debian on Linux 6.3, and the other runs Oracle Solaris 11.4.
The Linux system,
(a SPARC T3-2* that suffered from irreparable hardware problems and is being removed from its data center today). All user accounts and data have been migrated.
The Solaris system,
cfarm106, is the Farm's first Solaris 11.4 machine and we hope it will prove interesting and useful. It has been set up with a substantial number of Oracle-provided developer tools, including Rust 1.61, LLVM 14, and GCC 12. The OpenCSW package manager has been installed as well.
We are in the process of transitioning to our own domain name,
cfarm.net, online now at:
ssh -p 2202 cfarm105.cfarm.net(Linux)
ssh -p 2203 cfarm106.cfarm.net(Solaris)
An announcement with details about our new domain, website, and other project-related matters will be made soon. Please consider switching to
gccNNN.fsffrance.org for all machines as soon as possible. The "old" subdomains will continue to work but may not be updated.
These sparc64 systems are donated, hosted, and managed by Adélie Linux.
Thanks to ylibc.org for hosting
for the last 3 years.
* Compared to the T3 (in-order execution), the T4 (out-of-order) has much better single-threaded performance.
We now have a POWER10 machine in the Compile Farm:
It is donated by IBM, and hosted at OSUOSL like most Power machines. Thanks!
It is an IBM E1050, 192 hardware threads, 2TB RAM, 11TB disk. It runs AlmaLinux,
a RHEL descendant / clone.
It is open for general use immediately. Enjoy, but use it responsibly: most importantly,
always be aware other people want to use it as well :-)
GCC bootstrap takes 26m, and testsuite takes 6m. With --enable-languages=all. But Ada and D
did not actually build, I'll work on getting some working pre-built compilers for those installed in
/opt/cfarm for that, which you can use to build new compilers with.
Thanks to everyone involved for making this reality at long last!