How is separating architecture dependent static data from architecture independent static data useful today?
I imagine it could theoretically be useful in multi-architecture networks with a network-mounted
/usr/share. But then, wouldn't that slow things down a lot in comparison to having
/usr/share on a local hard-drive (HD space is cheap today)? Or is it used in virtualized environments where a network shared
/usr/share is effectively local? Are multi-architecture networks still a thing today?