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VMWARE log what does this mean ? "The process is 64-bit."

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Oct 01 20:02:29.021: vmx| Log for VMware ESX pid=855613 version=4.1.0 build=build-381591 option=Release
Oct 01 20:02:29.021: vmx| The process is 64-bit.
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I am seeing this in vmware.log that i downloaded from the datastore on an est server , are they refering to the host or the guest here ???
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Just looks like it's showing info about your hypervisor version/build # (4.1 & 381591).

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And ESX 4.1 is a 64bit hypervisor
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yeah i thought so , just wanted to make sure it was not refering to the guest
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ALL VMX (or WORLDs) Processes will run in a 64 bit context on this host.

Later in the logs, you will see whether the VM is 32 or 64 bit, and whether AMD-V or Intel-VT is also passed through into the Guest.
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