ARM official support?
MooCloud_Matt last edited by girish
Arm CPU in servers are more and more comune, and for a lot of operations are a better fit, especially if you use a modern language that takes advantage of multithreading.
Hetzer announced that they will start buying CPU from Ampere too, and I think that with the rise of requests on the forum DigitalOcean is not far behind.
Ovviusly this is my personal idea, what do you think?
There is already a larger thread for arm support (although dedicated to the raspberry pi) at https://forum.cloudron.io/topic/3107/cloudron-on-a-raspberry-pi
Essentially Cloudron itself works fine on arm already, however the app docker images all need to be re-built for arm. Back then, I have rebuilt a few of them and mostly they work as well.
The main reason we haven't done this yet, is that interest was so far not very high and the overhead on our side per app update is quite big.
So this is lesser a technical issue, but more a time issue currently.
humptydumpty last edited by humptydumpty
the overhead on our side per app update is quite big.
I have over 5 RPI's used as a NAS, media center, VPN, security system, etc. and as much as I would love to have Cloudron on ARM, I have to side with Nebulon on this. I'd rather have time invested into adding more apps like cough Anonaddy cough.
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