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steve-sydney

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Im about to do a new installation of connect and have 2 architecture options for debian
I have the option of i386 or amd64

which would you choose? and a brief why please.

Steve
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puretech

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until someone else comes in with a 'brief why', i'd just say what i have always used and that is i386.

If i remember correctly, I read somewhere on this forum that KC doesnt get any advantage with 64bit os.

but lets see what others say
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My IT Indy

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Correct, we install on CentOS 5.8 64-Bit but there's no discernible difference between x86 and 64-bit.

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steve-sydney

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thank you for the responses.

Steve
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