32 bit vs 64 bit

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  1. icenews

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    Hi

    Anyone have any experience between the following:

    1. 32 bit version V1.6 Elastix
    2. 64 bit version V1.6 Elastix

    3. 32 bit version V2.0 Elastix
    4. 64 bit version V2.0 Elastix

    Is the 64 bit version any faster ?
    Is there any potential issues ?
    Is it worth installing the 64 bit version ?

    Any advise is helpful

    Thank you
    Walt
     
  2. dicko

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    IMHO there is little advantage to a 64 bit kernel unless you have a huge deployment, even still 32 bit code is more reliable and mature in almost all areas, from the kernel downwards.

    If you read these fora at all, you will probably know my current feelings about Elastix 2.? (i.e. it just isn't ready for production yet), so I assume by derivation of my above position, the 64 bit code will be flakier than the 32 bit code, and 1.6 is far more likely to work without pain than 2.?.

    JM2CWAE

    dicko
     
  3. icenews

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    ok thank you
     
  4. icenews

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    Hi
    what does IMHO stand for ?
    Thanks
    Walt
     
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  6. icenews

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    Hi

    That was funny

    with all the acronyms going around - we can't hardly tell anymore.

    Thanks
    Walt
     

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