Re: Performance difference 32bit/64bit userland
On 02/07/2017 09:05 PM, Gatis Visnevskis wrote:
> In enterprise world, Java applications will benefit from 64-bit addressing.
> Another example is Oracle, 32-bit server side is dropped while ago. So it also
> make sense to compile all Oracle client linked apps with 64-bit compiler. Might
> be offtopic, but all above is true also for AIX. Most binaries are 32-bit.
Yes, but lots of platforms fully migrate to 64-bit userland these days. Like
PowerPC, SPARC used to be 32-bit userland on a 64-bit kernel. However, Oracle
is shifting Linux for SPARC to 64-bit these days.
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