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I'm working on the android-armv7 builder according to the plan explained on https://golang.org/s/builderplan.
The plan is to depend on one of the official armv7 Android emulator images -- Android emulator is based on qemu-kvm and does arm emulation.
I've drafted the initial work on https://go-review.googlesource.com/#/c/2730/.
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Unfortunately we can't run KVM on GCE. They've disabled nested KVM it seems.
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I know the team that's working on nested-KVM on GCE, and in contact. It's likely that I can share more details soon.
Btw, this is already rolled out to the GCE, not an upcoming project or anything. I was able to run the Android emulator on a bare ubuntu instance earlier today and the tests are passing. They are 30x slower as usual.
I doubt it's using KVM, then. I tried to use qemu with KVM the other day for Plan 9 and it didn't work. I had to use my home Linux server instead.
With android/amd64 and android/386 running I don't think we need this. There are device builders that test on real devices for arm and arm64.
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