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I it possible to mix in a Domino cluster; Domino 8.52 x32 Linux with Domino 8.52 x64 Windows

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I am planning to mix 64bit and 32bit in a Domino cluster. Is it possible?
Here is the case:
Domino cluster
- Domino 8.52 x64 (or 8.53) running as administrator server on Server 2008 R2 x64
- Domino 8.52 x32 (or 8.53) running  Linux x64 (RHEL or centOS)
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Sjef Bosman earned 140 total points
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I don't see why that would be a problem, on the cluster level. There could be some issues with the applications, because they have to be aware of the potential change of the O/S (e.g. whether the application uses a slash or backslash in a file path). I couldn't find a comprehensive list of differences, so the best thing to do would be to set up a test environment and get your hands dirty ;-)

Info: http://public.dhe.ibm.com/software/dw/lotus/DominoClusteringFinal.pdf
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Thank you for that reminder about slash and backslash. I will not cause problem for myself, and will probably use one platform to make things easier.
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