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From:Edward S.P. Leong Date:December 29 2009 1:27pm
Subject:Re: 32bit ( php + mysql server ) on 64bit Windows 2003 Server performance
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Jerry Schwartz wrote:

>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� 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� 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.
>  
>
Dear Jerry,

Sorry, did you suggest to use 5.x / 5.y ( NO 6.x ) ?
BTW, would you mind to tell me which newer version of php and mysql are 
you running now ?
Due to I want to download a version of them and do the test under win2003...
Then, I want to tell(reply) you the result(stable)!

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