[sf-lug] sf-lug.org "32-bit" (i386) to "64-bit" (amd64) (?)

jim jim at well.com
Fri Jul 3 13:59:28 PDT 2015

lemme know if that'll entail a trip
to the box; I can hold things and
bring food.

On 07/03/2015 04:50 AM, Michael Paoli wrote:
> If there are no serious objections,
> I'll probably proceed in relatively near future (e.g. this month)
> to "upgrade"(/sidegrade/crossgrade) the sflug host (providing 
> sf-lug.org &
> sf-lug.com) from "32-bit" (i386) to "64-bit" (amd64)
> installation.
> Rationale (at least in key part):
> Simplification of administration.  At present that host is the one and
> only "odd man out" - of three hosts installed on that physical box (1
> physical and 2 virtual), sflug is the only remaining 32-bit installation.
> Conversion to 64 bit would render it to be same architecture (and 
> distribution)
> as the other 2 hosts on that physical box (which would also save on
> bandwidth and storage, etc.)
> references/excerpts:
> Have done quite similar before:
> http://www.wiki.balug.org/wiki/doku.php?id=system:32-bit_to_64-bit

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