64 Bit?

Discussion in 'General' started by tomnhanni, Sep 12, 2009.

  1. tomnhanni

    tomnhanni New Member

    I have these choices for OS

    Debian 5.0
    Ubuntu 8.04 LTS
    CentOS 5
    OpenSuse 11.0/11.1

    all as 64bit as well

    my dedicated remote servers hardware:

    RAM 1 GB
    CPU Opteron 146
    HDD 160 GB (RAID 1)

    what should I go with? should I use 64 bit?

    I've been using openSuse 10.1 for a few years now with ServerAdmin24 but this is no longer available with my ISPs new boxes so I need to upgrade and I have to pay extra for Plesk hence ispconfig3 :p
     
  2. Franz

    Franz Member

    I'm using debian at home, and at work,

    cca 80 servers some 32bit, some 64 bit
    with no problems :)
     
  3. tomnhanni

    tomnhanni New Member

    so do you see some improvements using 64 bit?
     
  4. Franz

    Franz Member

    If you using more then 3.5 GB of memory: yes
    you can reverse more then 1.5 GB of memory for mysql
    we are using java applications, and there are litle improvements in performance
     
  5. tomnhanni

    tomnhanni New Member

    ah ok I just have 1gb RAM so I guess I should stick with 32bit. Thanks for the tips.
     
  6. bajodel

    bajodel New Member


    Only 1 GB Ram? :( .. Debian 4 (Etch) i686 (32bit) would be the best :D

    but ..ok, go on Debian 5 32 bit :rolleyes:
     

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