Issues Installing rpm Binary in Oracle Linux in Oracle aarch64 VM
TLDR Frank faces trouble installing the rpm binary on an Oracle aarch64 vm running on Oracle Linux due to an incompatible architecture and unsupported system page size. Kishore Nallan advises to try the ARM binary or change the page size on the Linux distribution, and suggests creating a Github issue to track the needed build improvement.
Feb 03, 2023 (10 months ago)
Last metadata expiration check: 2:25:44 ago on Thu 02 Feb 2023 06:45:10 PM EST. Error: Problem: conflicting requests - package typesense-server-0.24.0-1.arm64 does not have a compatible architecture - nothing provides config(typesense-server) = 0.24.0-1 needed by typesense-server-0.24.0-1.arm64 (try to add '--skip-broken' to skip uninstallable packages or '--nobest' to use not only best candidate packages)
Kishore Nallan04:38 AM
Kishore Nallan09:25 AM
<jemalloc>: Unsupported system page size <jemalloc>: Unsupported system page size terminate called without an active exception Aborted (core dumped)
Kishore Nallan12:38 PM
[frank@vm ~]$ ./typesense-server --data-dir=$(pwd)/typesense-data --api-key=$TYPESENSE_API_KEY --enable-cors <jemalloc>: Unsupported system page size <jemalloc>: Unsupported system page size terminate called without an active exception Aborted (core dumped)
Kishore Nallan12:41 PM
Kishore Nallan12:45 PM
Ampere Altra A1 Compute
(this is Oracle's always free tier -- I was hoping it would be a good fit for a local typesense server)
Feb 06, 2023 (10 months ago)
Kishore Nallan04:33 AM
jemallocand that only works well on
4096page size. That's the default page size on most Linux distributions but I just realized that CentOS, RedHat, or Oracle Linux, set the default page size to 64k. Is it possible to change that to 4K (not sure if that's determined at kernel compile time)?
Kishore Nallan04:42 AM
Can you please create a Github issue so we can track this build improvement?
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