32 bit Application on 64 bit Linux OS Memory Usage
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 31, 2009
I am running a 32 bit application on a 64 bit CentOS. I am seeing lot of Virtual Memory being used up by the application, which is not decreasing after the application has completed its operation. Is this anything to do with the 32 bit application running on 64 bit OS.
I did do a valgrind analysis of the application and found no major leaks, the virtual memory is reaching 4GB, before my application is getting killed.
Linux 32 bit / 64 bit question
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 7, 2008
Well, I've been running linux, for, I don't know, 2 years maybe and this topic is still a bit blurry to me.
Regarding the 64 BIT CPU architecture, when I install a 64bit distro on a 64 bit PC, is all the software 64 bit on it or is it just the kernel 64 bit and it handles everything else ?
If so, that means that every program written for linux can operate both on a 32 bit CPU and a 64 bit one. Is that statement correct ?
If it's not, if every software is 64 bit, can normal 32bit applications be runned on a 64 bit linux install or it is impossible?
Now, if I have a 64 bit CPU for example, and I have a 32 bit linux distro installed on it, and I add lets say 10GB ram on it, in order for the distro to recognize that amount of RAM I need to have a 64 OS. Can I just replace my current 32bit kernel on the distro with a 64 bit one so I don't have to make a full reinstall ?
32 bit JDK vs 64 bit JDK
location: linuxquestions.com - date: November 25, 2007
I have a 64 bit machine with 64 bit RHEL 5 installed over it. I first installed 32 bit JDK (jdk-1_5_0_12-linux-i586.rpm) on it.
#rpm -qa | grep jdk shows following output:
I then uninstalled the 32 bit JDK and installed 64 bit JDK (jdk-1_5_0_12-linux-amd64-rpm). Everything went fine.
However #rpm -qa | grep jdk still shows the same output i.e.:
Does anyone know how to verify the architecture of JDK being used?
How to install a 32 bit linux on a 64 bit
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 9, 2006
I am having trouble installing SUSE Linux 10.0 on my 64 bit computer. When I boot from the DVD it comes up with a notice saying I am about to install a 32 bit software on a 64.After that I click on installation and it froze. Any suggestions on what to do next? Thanks in advance.
how to find linux OS is a 32 bit or 64 bit
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 5, 2013
How to find a weather my Linux os is a 32 bit or 64 bit and which file contains a os information 32bit or 64bit??
32 bit Linux on 64 bit processor
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 7, 2007
Does a 32 bit Linux (SUSE 9) run on a 64 bit processor (AMD Atlon 64 X2 4200+)?
If not which 64 bit Linux should I use?
how to run tibco 32 bit in linux 64 bit
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 28, 2012
i am using lighthouse(puppy Linux)its a 64 bit OS which has a lib 32 in built.when we run tibco 32 bit application in live cd.
its working .when i installed this live cd to hard disk.its not executing 32 bit tibco.it shows "such file or directroy not exist".
Is any thing missing during installation?
etc/ld.so.conf" file are having same path reference in live cd and hdd
any thoughts on this ?
Suse 32 bit vs. 64 bit no difference
location: linuxquestions.com - date: August 17, 2005
Hey, I downloaded the suse 9.3 - 5 CD set (32 bit) and ordered the 64 bit DVD through the mail, tried them both, and do not see any difference whatsoever except maybe a LITTLE bit of speed increase for the 64 bit but overall I don't see what the big deal is to have 64 bit support when the difference is minimal.
Suprisingly, I had less trouble with the 32 bit version, everything just seemed to go smoother with less dependency issues albeit a bit slower.
What IS supposed to be the difference between the two?
When I did an update of all the patches, it seemed to slow it down quite a bit also.
Is there some processes that do not HAVE to run? I'm only using suse for internet and have no printer installed if that makes a difference.
32 bit vs 64 bit
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: July 7, 2011
I prefer 32 bit as it is more compatible, and I prefer a 'if it ain't broke, don't fix it' philosophy, as we have relied on 32 bit since the dawn of the home affordable desktop, but 64 bit is more precise.
run 32 bit software on 64 bit linux
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 9, 2011
can i run 32 bit software on 64bit Linux?
i use fedora linux.
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