On Friday 23 January 2009 16:07:01 Per Jessen wrote:
Randall Schulz said it very eloquently:
"The question is in fact whether there's any reason to use a 64-bit OS."
He /can/ be eloquent, can't he!
(Hi All! I'm back from Pluto... he he)
I migrated a number of servers to 64bit about 12
months ago, and then
migrated them back to 32bit some 9-10 months later. These servers were
all the same - AMD 64bit, 2Gb RAM.
My thinking was "64 has to be better than 32", if nothing else then
because it's 64-bit OS/software on a 64-bit CPU. Well, I was wrong.
Because of the increase in memory-usage with 64-bit openSUSE, each
server ended upn being able to handle less load running 64bit than
Are you saying I should now downgrade my 11.1 installation to the 32-bit
version? I waited *forever* to upgrade my increasingly cranky previous system
and when I took the plunge, I installed the 'native' 64-bit flavor!
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