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Hey all,

We're looking at upgrading our mailserver, and were considering going with a 64-bit processor. We currently run KMS on a linux server, running Fedora 3 at the moment. The new system would be as up to date as possible, which appears to be Fedora 4, unless the bug with Fedora 5 has since been fixed. I'd like to run the 64-bit version of Fedora if possible. The system requirements don't mention if KMS will install and run on that OS though.

If it won't work, I'll just run the 32-bit OS on the 64-bit processor, or I may look around a bit more to see about finding a 32-bit system instead.


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In the knowledge base:

Please also note that Kerio will only provide support to Linux customers on x86-based platforms. This includes Intel and AMD 32-bit processors. It does not include 64-bit processors that are not x86-based, the PowerPC platform, the zSeries platform, or any other platform type. Kerio MailServer is not supported in '32 bit emulation mode' on a 64 bit processor. Please use an appropriate 64-bit version when available.

Reading this I think by now leave an 32-bit linux system in the 64 bit processor.

Next week I'll try to install in a 64bit RHEL or Centos, I'll post the results.


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Don't run 64-bit Linux. It doesn't work very well and you'll generally get more performance and stability running 32-bit Linux.

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