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Change bit version in CLM instance.


Renato Mori (10011829) | asked Jul 30 '14, 5:39 p.m.
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Hi,
I have a CLM 32-bit working with a DB2 database using tomcat. This 32bit clm instance is installed in a Windows 2008 server 64bit. Right now the performance of the CLM is very slow and in another forum i have been suggested to change the tomcat to 64bits. Is there a way i can change it? I tried looking some IM options but modify/upgrade didn't worked.
This are the packages i have in the server. Thanks!

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Benjamin Silverman (4.1k69) | answered Jul 30 '14, 6:34 p.m.
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Hi Renato,

This was asked before here.  You need to do a new installation using 64-bit, and migrate your configuration files.  You don't need to do anything with the DB, so once you get all the config files copied over to the new 64-bit install, it should just be a matter of stopping the 32-bit instance and starting the 64-bit one.
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Renato Mori commented Jul 30 '14, 6:37 p.m.
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What do you mean by migrate the configuration files? I need to run the setup? or just copy files from the 32-bit folder installation to the 64-bit folder? And in this case which files I need to copy? thanks.


Benjamin Silverman commented Jul 30 '14, 6:54 p.m.
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The question I linked to references this article which highlights the config files needed (under <CLM_Install>/server/conf>, and <CLM_Install>/tomcat/conf>). That should be all you need to copy to get up and running with 64-bit.

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