[graalvm-users] GraalVM native images in embedded IoT-context

Thorsten Schöning tschoening at am-soft.de
Fri Oct 9 00:12:23 PDT 2020

Guten Tag Ramsey Gurley,
am Donnerstag, 8. Oktober 2020 um 12:44 schrieben Sie:

> I haven't gotten to the point of deploying one yet, but I've built
> them on aarch64. It takes a lot of memory. A hello world vertx
> application built with native-image takes nearly 4GB of RAM to
> build. You will probably want to build your native images on AWS
> graviton2 instances for more speed and available memory.

Thanks for mentioning that, didn't have that in mind at all. :-)

How identical need the build server be to the system where things get
deployed to in the end? Same CPU, but different amount of RAM only? Or
is a different CPU OK if it's the same ARM-architecture? Like all
aarch64 are OK, regardless model, number of cores or alike? Is there
any cross-compiling possible for aarch64 native images on x86-64?

I'm wondering because the SoC discussed for me currently is only
available with 256 MiB of RAM at all, so one really would need to
build somewhere else. Besides the fact that it might not even be 64
Bit and might not work at all with native image. :-/

Mit freundlichen Grüßen,

Thorsten Schöning

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