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  1. #1
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    32bit db on 64bit server

    Is there any chance to get a 32bit database working on a 64 bit server?

    If I copy the db and try to start the 64 bit server it just turns off after 0,5 sec.

  2. #2
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    Can't reproduce that. Tryed updating from 17,18,19,20 (32-bit), to latest 20 (64-bit).
    What server version? Was it an update? What's in log? Forgot to copy your license key?

    Please provide more information as, doesn't work.

  3. #3
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    Server version was both beta 17.

    I downloaded the 64 bit server and copied only the database from the 32 bit server to the 64 bit folder. I'm running the server without licence key.
    The old server was on XP 32 the new server was on Win 7 64.
    Nothing in the log. The server console the poped up for a really small time (0.5 sec or less) then it shuts itself down.

    Now I just copied the whole channels by hand.

  4. #4
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    i copied the 32 bit files into the 64 bit folder and had no issues

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