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Old 22nd July 2008
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Default freebsd 7 64 bit installation

have always had 32 bit setups but since i have 8gb of ram needed to use the freebsd7 64 bit set up to take full advantage of it.
The server will be runing apache2 php5 mysql5 postfix webmin.

Could I have some pointers to how the 64 bit will differ from the 32 bit set up in terms of day to day management. I of course download and install 64 bit versions of apache mysql etc via ports and install them but I take it commands , server maintance, security etc would be the same.

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