HLFS 64bit again

Rogelio M. Serrano Jr. rogelio at smsglobal.net
Tue Dec 4 23:17:51 PST 2007


Jaap Struyk wrote:
> After spending almost a month trying to build a secure 64bit system I
> begin to wonder why, will it be more secure than a 32bit system?
> (will it be less vulrable to buffer overflows due to the larger buffers???)
>   
It cannot be more secure. 64 bit machines has capabilities that some
people need and its good to have a secure platform for them. I am
working with in memory databases and 64 bit machines are ideal for this.

-- 
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