Wojciech Puchar wrote:

you should run 64-bit version on 64-bit machine for performance

This is workload-dependent. Some workloads run more slowly on a 64-bit CPU, others faster.
could you please give an example of slower running FreeBSD/amd64 thing than FreeBSD/i386?

there are more memory usage sometimes, that's why i use 32-bit squid binary on 64-bit systems

Precisely that. If your application relies on memory I/O, it may run slower because data is typically bigger so takes longer to copy. Some java applications can fall into this category, for example.

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