Re: PHP 64-bit binaries?
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On Mon, Oct 17, 2011 at 10:46 AM, Lester Caine <lester@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > Pierre Joye wrote: >>> >>> Yes Pierre - on the larger systems we run multiple machines, but on sites >>> > that only require a single computer, a single clean stack is also >>> > nice, with >>> > everything in the one base directory and without the agro of deciding >>> > if >>> > this is a 32bit or 64bit program. Everything running on the Linux >>> > boxes is >>> > 64 bit, and everything is built from the same code base, so I will >>> > continue >>> > to use a single 64bit stack .. >> >> We are not talking about a linux stack here. And a server, even on the >> same machine, has nothing to do with the clients connecting to it, as >> explained earlier already. > > ? I'm running the full stack on windows as 64 bit code and seeing a > performance improvement over the 32bit version. Stripping parts out of the > 64 bit stack and just running them 32bit may be worth the effort Quoting your last mail: " Everything running on the Linux boxes is 64 bit, and everything is built from the same code base, so I will continue to use a single 64bit stack ..". So let stop this confusing discussion, points have been made, we have ran extensive tests with all possible apps and backends, PHP is actually slower and not stable enough and in some extend less safe when built as 64bit. And I refer only to PHP and its libraires here, not external tools like databases. Cheers, -- Pierre @pierrejoye | http://blog.thepimp.net | http://www.libgd.org -- PHP Windows Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php