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    • Type: Improvement Improvement
    • Status: Open Open
    • Priority: Blocker - P1 Blocker - P1
    • Resolution: Unresolved
    • Affects Version/s: features we're not sure of
    • Fix Version/s: planned but not scheduled
    • Component/s: Build
    • Labels:
      None
    • Environment:
      Debian Squeeze, 2.6.32-5-kirkwood, Sheevaplug, ARMv5
    • Backport:
      No
    • # Replies:
      59
    • Last comment by Customer:
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      Description

      Since the upcoming social network Diaspora* uses mongodb as backend it would be nice to have it running on little home servers such as the Sheevaplug. As such servers are often based on ARM-architecture mongodb needs support for this.

      1. armdoubles.diff
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        Jani Monoses
      2. mongi.diff
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        Jani Monoses
      3. mongoarm.diff
        8 kB
        Jani Monoses

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          Matthew R Chase
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          Matthew R Chase
          added a comment - It's way past time to support ARM. http://www.pcworld.com/article/2064940/ubuntu-linux-server-with-arm-processor-rolled-out-by-boston-limited.html get on the ball already.
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          Pawel Sledzikowski
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          @Matt Thompson,

          Many thanks for your binary package of MongoDB for arm7l architecture. I'm confirming it appears to be working for me although I haven't done any reasonable testing yet (at least it starts correctly).

          Hardware: MK908II with PicUntu 4.5 on board.

          On the other hand, I tried to compile your fork from a scratch (source) but no dice. Same thing with other Mongo forks for ARM architecture: https://github.com/skrabban/mongo-nonx86 and https://github.com/RickP/mongopi (although they're working perfectly fine for RaspberryPi hardware - I have tested it).

          Error:
          "AssertionError: Unsupported architecture: armv7l"

          Glad to see working MongoDB on ARM processor.

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          Pawel Sledzikowski
          added a comment - @Matt Thompson, Many thanks for your binary package of MongoDB for arm7l architecture. I'm confirming it appears to be working for me although I haven't done any reasonable testing yet (at least it starts correctly). Hardware: MK908II with PicUntu 4.5 on board. On the other hand, I tried to compile your fork from a scratch (source) but no dice. Same thing with other Mongo forks for ARM architecture: https://github.com/skrabban/mongo-nonx86 and https://github.com/RickP/mongopi (although they're working perfectly fine for RaspberryPi hardware - I have tested it). Error: "AssertionError: Unsupported architecture: armv7l" Glad to see working MongoDB on ARM processor.
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          D'Heure Ben
          added a comment -

          Hi guys ...
          I'm new here, and I have to run Unifi controller on an Allwinner A20 board (so ARM-cortex-a7 processor) for my internship. I found this topic and the diff files, but I really don't know to which sources I have to apply these diff.

          Someone here could help me ?
          Every project about mongoDB on ARM I found are at least 2 years old... But I'm expecting to find some patches for a 2.x version of MongoDB.

          Thank you with advance

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          D'Heure Ben
          added a comment - Hi guys ... I'm new here, and I have to run Unifi controller on an Allwinner A20 board (so ARM-cortex-a7 processor) for my internship. I found this topic and the diff files, but I really don't know to which sources I have to apply these diff. Someone here could help me ? Every project about mongoDB on ARM I found are at least 2 years old... But I'm expecting to find some patches for a 2.x version of MongoDB. Thank you with advance
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          Olivier
          added a comment -

          Looks like this port is in standby, last activity was 3 weeks ago and SERVER-12283 is still unassigned.
          Meanwhile, RethinkDB has added ARM support in their last release (cf. http://rethinkdb.com/blog/1.12-release/).
          I think it's about time that MongoDB ships an ARM version.

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          Olivier
          added a comment - Looks like this port is in standby, last activity was 3 weeks ago and SERVER-12283 is still unassigned. Meanwhile, RethinkDB has added ARM support in their last release (cf. http://rethinkdb.com/blog/1.12-release/ ). I think it's about time that MongoDB ships an ARM version.
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          Eric Milkie
          added a comment -

          Olivier, SERVER-12283 is not related to ARM support. Did you mean to say SERVER-12064? That ticket improved MongoDB portability including on ARM platforms.

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          Eric Milkie
          added a comment - Olivier, SERVER-12283 is not related to ARM support. Did you mean to say SERVER-12064 ? That ticket improved MongoDB portability including on ARM platforms.

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