Upgrade Ubuntu 10.04 (32 bits) to 12.04 (64 bits)
If so, can i do it by the Lish Ajax console?
You can use Lish for that if you like.
Maybe it´s better to create another linode and then move my files, right? Just in case something goes wrong and i can go back.
I was just wondering, my site is on Linode 1, i create a Linode 2 and move my site there, how do i "tell" the internet on which Linode i am? Do i create a DNS to the new one and delete the DNS for the older one?
If not, then why waste memory running a 64bit OS?
obs, nice tip, swapping ip addresses i think is much easier and faster.
64 bit kernels work fine with 32 bit userspace though, that's what I'm using atm.
Chesty, is that issue official?
Don´t know if i got it right, are you saying to install the 64bits kernel together with Ubuntu 32 bits?