Thanks for the reply!!
I am on a non-raspberry pi system… just a generic ARM platform (as you suspected). I did try Openhabian about 1-2 years ago and there were issues (at the time) with certain file paths not existing during install, so the installer didn’t successfully complete. As such I just performed a standard install of Openhab and have gone that route ever since. I can try Openhabian again to see if it now if it gets through the install, though Im guessing you’re indicating that it wont do at this moment.
Not sure Ive been through the ZRAM stuff before… I should just follow your guide you link above?? ZRAM
As for the memory increase, I did use -Xms & -Xmx , though I also recall there was another parameter or so I used…though I cant recall immediately what they are. My system is running Azul zulu-embedded-8, which I believe is a 32 bit version of Java (but running on a 64 bit OS) so I allocated for a 32 bit system version of Java. Do you know of any articles I should look at or keywords I might look for on the community forum?
My system has about 2+GB free to play with, so plenty of overhead to adjust things.
Real memory 816.68 MiB used / 1.09 GiB cached / 3.27 GiB total