I am trying to run Neo4J on a Raspberry Pi 4 (no Docker).
Specs: 8GB Raspberry Pi 4B, 8 GB swap file.
I am running Ubuntu Server 20.04.1 LTS, JDK 11 is correctly installed.
The installation went fine, but it appears as if the physical memory i...
I have tried the following approaches to get past this:
downgrade to Ubuntu 18.04change to CentOS 7 rpm based installationdowngrade to 4.0 and 3.5 Neo4J version
In all, I always receive the same result from neo4j-admin memrec
Unfortunately I am out o...
No, unfortunately I haven't found a way yet to get Neo4J up and running on the Raspberry Pi 4.
I tried using a Docker image (experimental, as ARM64 is not officially supported) but unfortunately cannot get that to work either.
I will update the threa...
There is a negative sign in front of the memory value, was that intentional?
Yes, sorry – this is the output of
It appears I should have passed an additional argument (--memory=..) to get a reasonable result from memr...
How can get this value, basic token? 'Authorization': 'Basic your_basic_auth_token'
You can obtain that token by authenticating via basic auth (username and password).
In Neo4J's driver this is accomplished in JS like this:
const neo4j = require('n...