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CentOS 4.4 64Bit

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by WireNine, Mar 24, 2007.

  1. WireNine

    WireNine Well-Known Member

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    How is the support for 64bit centOS and cpanel? I've read horror stories, has anyone been successfully using it so far without any issues?
     
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    We are using them without any problems for 3-4 months
     
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    using it for 2 years now, now problem whatsover. Small things with PERL. But easily dealt with
     
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    Same here, we have few servers with centos 64Bit, it works fine
     
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    Is there a decent performance boost over 32 bit?
     
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    Working fine. Had some little issues with ASSP deluxe which were resolved.
     
  7. WireNine

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    Can we get a little feedback from cpanel team maybe on how "stable" the 64bit version is and if it's ready for production servers, I know it's stable but how many issues do they get with it on a daily basis?

    I read about several kernel crashing etc.
     
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    Why aren't more people using 64bit if it's in stable condition ?
     
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    64bit centos support is very good now.
    64bit rhel support is good only in edge (because of up2date issues).
     
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    Thank you nick, will be looking forward to getting in touch with you if we experience any troubles :p
     
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    Are there any complications when migrating from 32 bit to 64 bit? Restoring full cpanel backups?
     
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    WireNine I would love to hear the reply :) I am thinking of making the transition fairly shortly.
     
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    I think I am going to wait until cPanel 11 before putting 64 bit cpanel on any of the servers, should be available by next week :)
     
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    we are running about 15 dualcore opterons with CentOS 4.4 64bit and have not had any issues! So no point in waiting around ! ;)

    BTW; i dont think cpanelnick will be eager in helping u to teach u about system administration :D
     
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    Hello All,

    Are there any known cPanel issues with CentOS 4 x64 running within a VPS?

    I'm currently running Virtuozzo and Hspcomplete. I've set up some test vps accounts but CentOS 4 is the only OS we offer that cpanel supports.

    As I write this post, cPanel has been installing now for over an hour. I've see html pass by the shell, various files or directories not found, and so on.

    Has anyone else gotten this installed without a problem? It seems that there is no cpanel template for virtuozzo or hspcomplete yet.

    Thanks,
    Chris
     
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    Just wanted to mention that I just went through the migration from CentOS 32 bit to CentOS 64 bit with very few problems. At the same time I also went to cPanel 11 and am finding it surprisingly stable under 64bit. The only issues I had related to easyapache2 (which they warn you extensively about) and trying to compile PHP with it. I finally just used it for my Apache compile and then did a manual build of PHP seperately which worked perfectly. Thats not a 64bit specific problem though so its all good.

    All the other problems I had related to me running EDGE instead of stable which Im fine with and many of them were fixed with the 298 build Im currently on. Thumbs up!
     
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