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From:Jerry Schwartz Date:December 28 2009 5:04pm
Subject:RE: 32bit ( php + mysql server ) on 64bit Windows 2003 Server performance
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From: Edward S.P. Leong [mailto:edwardspl@stripped] 
Sent: Monday, December 28, 2009 9:25 AM
To: Jerry Schwartz
Cc: mysql@stripped
Subject: Re: 32bit ( php + mysql server ) on 64bit Windows 2003 Server performance

 

Jerry Schwartz wrote: 

-----Original Message-----
From: Edward S.P. Leong [mailto:edwardspl@stripped]
Sent: Thursday, December 17, 2009 7:25 AM
To: mysql@stripped
Subject: 32bit ( php + mysql server ) on 64bit Windows 2003 Server 
performance
 
Dear all,
 
Would you mind to give me the suggestion ?
I want to use 32bit php and mysql server on 64bit Windows 2003 Server...
So, is it possible ( good for work also ) ?
 
    

[JS] I'm using that combination on 64-bit Vista. The last time I checked, 
there was no 64-bit Windows build of PHP.
 
Besides, the database engine doesn't (shouldn't) care who it's talking to.
  

Dear Jerry,

In our exiting Server, it is running with 4.4.x php and 4.1.x MySQL in Windows 2000 OS...
Now, we are planning to upgrade the Windows OS ( of course include Hardware )...
BUT I don't know which new version of php and MySQL is compatiable with the source code (
old ) of php and MySQL...
So, would you mind to share your experience with us(me) ?



[JS] Unfortunately, I’m not sure I can help you. Our databases were fairly small
(under 2GB total), so I simply did a mysqldump from the old system (Linux) and imported
it into the new one (Vista).

 

PHP is going to be more of a problem. There are some compatibility issues between 4.x and
5.x, and more between 4.x and 6.x. We were already running 5.x, so I didn’t have a
lot of trouble with that. You can probably get things running, but I strongly suggest
that you read up on the newer versions of PHP. There are some changes between 5.x and 5.y
that you need to pay attention to.

 

The biggest issue will probably be the deprecation of short tags. There is a setting in
php.ini that you can change to allow them.


Anyone can help the problem ?

Thanks !

Edward.



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32bit ( php + mysql server ) on 64bit Windows 2003 Server performanceEdward S.P. Leong17 Dec
  • RE: 32bit ( php + mysql server ) on 64bit Windows 2003 Server performanceJerry Schwartz17 Dec
    • Re: 32bit ( php + mysql server ) on 64bit Windows 2003 Server performanceEdward S.P. Leong28 Dec
      • RE: 32bit ( php + mysql server ) on 64bit Windows 2003 Server performanceJerry Schwartz28 Dec
        • Re: 32bit ( php + mysql server ) on 64bit Windows 2003 Server performanceEdward S.P. Leong29 Dec
          • RE: 32bit ( php + mysql server ) on 64bit Windows 2003 Server performanceJerry Schwartz29 Dec
            • Re: 32bit ( php + mysql server ) on 64bit Windows 2003 Server performanceEdward S.P. Leong29 Dec
              • RE: 32bit ( php + mysql server ) on 64bit Windows 2003 Server performanceJerry Schwartz29 Dec
                • Re: 32bit ( php + mysql server ) on 64bit Windows 2003 Server performanceEdward S.P. Leong2 Jan
                  • RE: 32bit ( php + mysql server ) on 64bit Windows 2003 Server performanceJerry Schwartz4 Jan
                • Re: 32bit ( php + mysql server ) on 64bit Windows 2003 Server performanceEdward S.P. Leong3 Jan
                  • RE: 32bit ( php + mysql server ) on 64bit Windows 2003 Server performanceJerry Schwartz4 Jan
            • Re: 32bit ( php + mysql server ) on 64bit Windows 2003 Server performanceEdward S.P. Leong15 Jan
              • RE: 32bit ( php + mysql server ) on 64bit Windows 2003 Server performanceJerry Schwartz15 Jan
                • Re: 32bit ( php + mysql server ) on 64bit Windows 2003 Server performanceEdward S.P. Leong15 Jan
                  • RE: 32bit ( php + mysql server ) on 64bit Windows 2003 Server performanceJerry Schwartz15 Jan
                • Re: 32bit ( php + mysql server ) on 64bit Windows 2003 Server performanceEdward S.P. Leong18 Jan