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We are pleased to announce the release of OpenHPC v1.3.1

This is an update release against OHPC 1.3 that provides a number of component updates along with new components and recipe options (e.g. Singularity, hwloc, an xCAT based recipe, and BeeGFS client installation). This release also introduces a new gcc7 toolchain with matching runtimes and libraries.

Note that users who previously enabled the OHPC 1.3 repository via the ohpc-release package will have access to the updates available in 1.3.1 and no additional repository enablement should be necessary. Please see the Release Notes for more detailed information along with important highlights for those interested in upgrading their local installations.

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Information regarding Arm and OpenHPC

Q: How is Arm involved with OpenHPC?
Arm is a silver member of OpenHPC. Arm has a representative in OpenHPC Technical Steering Committee (TSC). Arm and its partners are working closely with OpenHPC community on 64-bit Arm (Armv8-A AArch64) builds.

Q: When is the status of 64-bit Arm support?
OpenHPC 1.3.1 release includes a Tech Preview of 64-bit Arm (AArch64) builds. OpenHPC Open Build Service (OBS) now supports AArch64. You can find AArch64 packages built by OBS for Centos 7 and SLES 12

Q: I am having a problem with an 64-bit Arm (AArch64) OpenHPC Package? How can I get help?
Please raise the issue with openhpc-users mailing list. For more information please see OpenHPC FAQ.