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Regarding ITS 6.20 Kernel Patch 30

Hello,

My customer has ITS Servers (Standalone 6.20) with the following specs.

Kernel : ITS 6.20 Kernel patch 21 - (32 bit kernel)

Operating System: Windows 2003 Server Standard Edition (32 bit kernel)

Machine Type: AMD

RAM: 4GB

We are planning to take this configuration to 64 bit kernel with Patch 30

So the new system would look like:

Kernel: ITS 6.20 Kernel patch 30 - (64 bit kernel)

Operating System: Windows 2003 Server Enterprise Edition (64 bit kernel)

Machine Type: AMD

RAM: 8GB

I am aware that I can get the patching procedure on service marketplace.

What I am seeking is any problems that anyone has faced upgrading ITS 6.20 Kernel as well as any other experiences upgrading from ITS 6.20 32-bit kernel to ITS 6.20 64 bit kernel.

Has anyone recently upgraded to ITS 6.20 Patch 30 recently ? Is it advisable ?

Regards,

Siddhesh

Edited by: Siddhesh Ghag on Sep 15, 2008 5:46 PM

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    Posted on Sep 18, 2008 at 09:32 AM

    Hi,

    I had upgraded my standalone ITS 6.20 from 32 bit hardware to 64 bit. All of the services and templates were working absoultely fine. So I think it should work fine for you as well.

    Thank You,

    Salman Qayyum

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  • Posted on Oct 14, 2008 at 08:24 AM

    Closing question as I am not getting any more replies

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