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Re: [MelbJVM] JVM experiences on ARM

From: Marius G.
Sent on: Friday, February 14, 2014 3:21 PM
Looks like the BeagleBoneBlack will be a good way to go for java based apps as it uses the ARMv7. Pity that they are out of stock till april!
 
 
 
On Fri, Feb 14, 2014, at 03:08 PM, Toby Corkindale wrote:
On 14 February[masked]:24, Kon Soulianidis <[address removed]> wrote:
 
Yeah they do make a bit of noise in the JavaFX camp about performance with RasPi.  Few videos on youtube around going back to over year ago http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SpkMPOGic4M 
 
Reckon since its so close to 8 coming out anyway I'd give that a try.  Hopefully not too hard to have both and compare them?

 
A quick run-thru of a little app of mine (single-threaded only) gave the following performance on a ARMv6 Pi:
 
openjdk-7 -zero: 37.8 seconds
openjdk-7 -jamvm: 32.3 seconds
Oracle's jdk 1.8 -client: 14.5 seconds
Oracle jdk 1.8 -server / -minimal: error on both
 
Twice as fast!
 
Running again on the much more powerful Radxa board (1.6ghz and ARMv7):
openjdk-7 -zero: 4.0sec
openjdk-7 -jamvm: 3.8sec
Oracle's jdk 1.8 -client: 2.1sec
Oracle jdk 1.8 -server: 2.0sec
Oracle jdk 1.8 -minimal: error
 
Still about twice as fast!
 
Sorry, no comparison with oracle jdk 1.7 right now.. ran out of time.
 
 
 
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