OK Saku

Thanks you a lot

2016-09-16 15:48 GMT-03:00 Saku Ytti <s...@ytti.fi>:

> On 16 September 2016 at 19:42, Jader Vieira da Rosa <no...@contato.net>
> wrote:
> Hey,
> > I have these doubts because of the router be new to me, the RE has 16GB
> of RAM, no sense I use a 32bit junos.
> >
> > In the current router has 2GB Ram with 95% usage, then it is valid
> change to 64bit to have 16GB of ram for the future = D.
> If you are now running 13.3R9 in then network without customer visible
> problems with 2GB, and in future you'll have 4GB, I think you're set.
> Just because you upgrade your JunOS does not mean you'll be able to
> use more memory. By default you'll still run 32b version of RPD,
> unable to use more than 4GB. You can ask it to run 64b RPD manually
> via config, but do you want to be early adopter when you don't have
> to?
> > I heard rumors that the newer versions of JUNOS, the time of route
> convergence is faster ....
> Newer is always newer, new features and maybe new bugs. I will put on
> my marketing hat and tell you must go with 16.1R1, because you're only
> using single core in your fancy 4 core system! With 16.1R1 you'll be
> able to use more CPU cores, and more, like new, is always better,
> right?
> --
>   ++ytti

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