Besides the advantages of 64-bit memory allocation (> 4 GB - see this question on StackOverflow for why 32-bit +4 GB solutions won't work for me), what other reasons do I have for recommending that we ...
We develop an application which currently works in 32 bit mode only. It worked fine in RHEL 5 but failed to work in RHEL 6. The reason is RHEL 6 by default is installed with 64 bit libraries only. ...
I have MySQL running on a 32-bit RHEL box. The server itself has 4GB total memory with 2GB allocated to MySQL. I would like to know the max amount of memory I can put in the box and how much of that ...
We have a lot of 32-bit CentOS 6 servers with custom rpms built for i386 and i686 architectures in our own RPM repos. We now have some 64-bit CentOS 6 servers, but would like to be able to install ...
I'm porting some old ASP/.Net applications over to a clean build of w2k8R2 running IIS7. The older .Net applications and some 3rd-party dlls require enabling 32-bit mode for the applications pools ...