> Frank Bonnet wrote:
>> Peter A. Giessel wrote:
>>> It depends on what you are going to do with it. This question has been
>>> asked many times on this e-mail list, so you might want to start by
>>> searching the archives.
>>> If you are running desktop applications on it (such as X11), you might
>>> be better off running the i386 version as some ports don't support AMD64,
>>> however, if you have more than 4GB of RAM and/or are running all ports
>>> that support AMD64, you'd probably be better off running AMD64. I'm
>>> running AMD64 with Apache22, PHP5, MySQL40, Dovecot, Sendmail, SASL2,
>>> Horde-IMP, and some other things and it works great (Opteron 246 x2,
>>> 4GB RAM, 3Ware raid card), but YMMV.
>> Well thanks for your answer, the machine will be our mailhub so its
>> configuration will be close to yours ( except I'll run postfix instead
>> of sendmail )
>> it will have 7Gb RAM so I have to go for AMD64
>> I discover after posting my email to the list the the serverRAID shipped
>> with my x3650 is not yet supported at 6.1 (no disk seen at install) but
>> I read in an archive there is a patch (in aac) provided by Adaptec that
>> will be integrated in 6.2 ...
>> If the 6.2 delay is too long I'll try to apply the patch myself, I never
>> that but there is probably a way to do it :-)
> you could try installing from the RC-1 images if your impatient. (ISOs
> in /pub/FreeBSD/releases/i386/ISO-IMAGES/6.2 on your favorite mirror)
Sorry lacking coffeee this morning I mean of course
/me goes back to sleep now.
>> Thanks again
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