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stephane.wierzbicki

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Hello,

I set up some times ago a Kerio Connect appliance 32bit (downloaded from kerio's website).

I'm wondering if there is any performance benefit moving to an UBUNTU Server 64bit with VMXNET3 nic and paravirtuel SCSI devices ?

It will nice to have some advices

Thank you
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Vicky Tripp

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Hi Stephane,

From a regular workload point of view Kerio Connect 64 bit really only benefits large installations for example anything over 100+ users. Also the 64 bit version will benefit people that suffer from running out of memory on their current MailServer machine.

So my advice would be to only move to 64 bit if you A, have a lot of users and B, have a very busy server that needs access to more memory that a 64 bit architecture can offer.

I hope this helps,
Vicky

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stephane.wierzbicki

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Hi Vicky,

We are currently hosting 4 domains and about 250 users.
What are the "basic" steps to move Kerio from one server to another one ?
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Vicky Tripp

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Hi Stephane,

We have a migration article that would cover the steps you would need to perform:

http://kb.kerio.com/360

This should give you all the information you need to move to a new machine/OS.

All the best,
Vicky

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