Today, we're launching ARM support for machines running Alpine Linux. This feature is available for our Ruby and Elixir users! We hope to add support for Alpine Linux ARM to our Node.js package in the future.
The ARM CPU architecture is becoming more and more popular. As it powers people's development machines and production servers, we decided to add it to the list of the operating systems we support.
You can install our packages in the same way as before. ARM machines are automatically detected, and the matching extension and agent are installed for your system.
Follow our installation guide to add AppSignal to your app, or upgrade the AppSignal package in your app to deploy to Alpine Linux on ARM.
ARM support was added to these package releases:
We've previously released ARM support for macOS and most Linux distributions. This latest addition means we support the ARM architecture for most Operating Systems.
View our Supported Operating Systems and Architectures table for a full overview of all supported system combinations.
This is an example screen from AppSignal:
If you have any feature requests, please reach out and let us know. We note down every customer request and do our best to provide support to as many users as possible.
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