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Using 64-bit background processing

Executing a tool in the background allows you to continue interacting with the application so you can continue working with maps and layers while geoprocessing tools execute. Evaluate the following sections against your current workflows. If any of them apply, using data from an enterprise geodatabase, for example, ensure you have taken the proper steps to use 64-bit background processing.

Desktop, Workgroup, and Enterprise geodatabases

ArcMap and ArcCatalog are 32-bit applications that communicate with database management systems (DBMS) through 32-bit client libraries regardless of whether the database is 32 or 64 bit. The 64-bit version of background processing requires 64-bit client libraries to make a connection. For example, if you're using tools with 64-bit background processing and enterprise geodatabase data, you'll need to make sure you have both the 32- and 64-bit client libraries installed on your machine. ArcGIS for Desktop will continue to use the 32-bit libraries, and background will use the 64-bit libraries.

See the database client topic for more information on downloading the appropriate libraries.

Unsupported data types

The following data types are unsupported in 64-bit processing:

  • Personal geodatabase (.mdb)
  • Excel tables (.xls, .xlsx)

If your workflow involves any of the above data types, you can execute the tool in the foreground by disabling background processing or convert your data to a supported type, then execute the tool in the background.


Coverage data is supported as input to tools, but it is not a valid output type.

Unsupported tools

Tools that do not run in the background include the following:

  • Tools inside the Metadata conversion toolset
  • Tools inside the Geodatabase administration toolset
  • All Coverage tools
  • Tools which create packages
  • Graphing tools (64-bit geoprocessing only; these tools work in traditional 32-bit background processing)
  • Custom script, model, or function tools where the author has disabled background processing

You can check the General tab of the tool properties for the Always run in foreground check box to see if a tool is capable of running in the background.


When authoring a script tool that might be consumed in the 64-bit process, be sure that the tool does not call any unsupported tools. Your script tool can execute in the background but may fail when the process calls an unsupported tool.

Python scripting

Any script or script tools you run while inside Desktop honors the background processing setting. If background processing is turned on, the scripts will execute in the 64-bit space.

When you execute a stand-alone Python script outside the application, you need to ensure you're running against the 64-bit Python installation to make use of 64-bit geoprocessing. Double-clicking a Python file from Windows Explorer will launch the file using whatever association Windows has set for the .py file. Typically, this is the last version of Python installed, which should be 64 bit. If you want to be absolutely sure which version of Python you're running against (32 or 64), it is best to fully qualify the Python executable when running your script at command line. For example, the following command will ensure the script is run as 64 bit: c:Python27ArcGISx6410.2python.exe

Custom function tools (DLLs)

Custom tools can be used with 64-bit background processing if they have been registered and properly configured. For tool developers working with unmanaged code, C++, for example, you will need to build both 32-bit and 64-bit versions of your tool, then ship and register both for proper use. For tool developers working with managed code, C#, for example, you will need to create your DLL as Any CPU and register your tool with both 32 and 64 bit. For more information on registering your managed function tools (C# for example), see this knowledge base (kb) article.

Visit Esri Support for information on earlier versions.

Table of Contents

ArcGIS for Server supported platforms (Windows)

Operating Systems

Minimum OS Version

Maximum OS Version

Windows Server 2012 R2 Standard and Datacenter*

Update: April 2014**

Windows Server 2012 Standard and Datacenter

Windows 2008 R2 Server Standard, Enterprise, and Datacenter


Windows 2008 Server Standard, Enterprise, and Datacenter



Windows 8.1 Pro and Enterprise*

Update: April 2014**

Windows 8 Pro and Enterprise

Windows 7 Ultimate, Enterprise, Professional


*Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2012 R2 support begins at ArcGIS 10.2.1.

**Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2012 R2 Update: April 2014 support begins at ArcGIS 10.2.2.

January 2018 security updates from Microsoft have caused geoprocessing services to crash when ArcGIS Server is running on Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows 7. Esri released a patch for each release of ArcGIS Server 10.2.1 and later to resolve this bug. While these operating systems are still supported, any instances of ArcGIS Server running on them should have the patch installed. All patches for this bug are available from Esri Technical Support.
  • ArcGIS Server requires a 64-bit operating system; 32-bit operating systems are not supported.
  • Python 2.7 (64 bit) is installed with ArcGIS for Server.
  • Windows 8.1, 8, Windows 7: These operating systems are supported for basic testing and application development use only. They are not recommended for deployment in a production environment.
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2003, 2003 R2, Vista and XP are no longer supported starting at ArcGIS 10.2.2.

ArcGIS for Server supported platforms (Linux)

Operating Systems

Minimum OS Version

Maximum OS Version

Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server 6

Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server 5

Update 7 + libX11 patch*

SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11


  • ArcGIS for Server is only supported on Linux x86_64, on CPUs that adhere to the x86_64 architecture (64 bit), with supported Linux releases.
  • Python 2.7 (64 bit) is installed with ArcGIS for Server.
  • It is a requirement that the OS (binary) has not been modified. Esri does not provide any support if products are installed on Developer's Release of an Operating System.
  • The File handle limit for the installation user needs to be set to 65535.
  • The process limit needs to be increased from 1024 to 25059.

Red Hat Enterprise Linux

  • The Linux patches from RHEL AS/ES will be supported as long as the patches are supported by the web servers, and they are from Red Hat without any modification to the latest kernel/glibc version.
  • The following package groups are required:
    • For RHEL 6: from Desktop group
      • X Window System package group
      • Xvfb
      • freetype
      • fontconfig
      • mesa-libGL
      • mesa-libGLU

For all supported RHEL versions, xorg-x11-server-Xvfb-1.17.x is not supported, please see the following technical article for more information: KB article 13452

Visit Red Hat Support for RHEL 6 Update 4 + xorg-x11-server patch information.

For more information, please see KB Article 42226 on the Esri Support Site.

For RHEL 5: from Base System group

  • X Window System package group
  • freetype
  • fontconfig
  • mesa-libGL
  • mesa-libGLU

*Visit Red Hat Support for RHEL 5 Update 7 + libX11 patch information.

SUSE Linux 11

  • The Linux patches for SUSE Linux Enterprise Server will be supported as long as they are from SUSE Linux without any modification to the latest kernel/glibc version.
  • The following software packages are required:
    • From System/X11/Utilities package group
      • X Window System
      • freetype
      • fontconfig
      • mesa-libGL
      • mesa-libGLU

ArcGIS Server Manager supported browsers

  • Firefox 10 or higher
  • Google Chrome 10 or higher
  • Internet Explorer 8, 9, and 10
  • Internet Explorer 7 (support ends at ArcGIS 10.2.1)
  • Internet Explorer 11 (support begins at ArcGIS 10.2.1)

It is recommended that you use Manager in either a Firefox, Chrome, or Internet Explorer 9, 10 or 11 browser for the best possible experience. Using Internet Explorer 8 may result in a lower-quality display of Manager.

Hardware requirements

For a development environment, the minimum RAM requirement for ArcGIS Server is 4 GB. If you are using ArcGIS for Server with the ArcGIS GeoEvent Extension for Server, the minimum RAM requirement is 8 GB. These requirements are based on a typical development server with the following environment:

  • Two cached map services
  • One dynamic map service
  • One locator service
  • One geoprocessing service
  • Geometry service
  • PrintingTools service
  • SQL Server Express
  • IIS with Web Adaptor

For a production environment, hardware minimum requirements are not listed because user and business needs of ArcGIS Server may vary. These requirements must be considered in determining hardware needs to meet user performance expectations and scalability. Please refer to the Infrastructure Performance Considerations and System Design Strategies wiki for assistance in designing a server infrastructure that would meet your business requirements.

Support for ArcGIS Server Amazon Machine Images

ArcGIS Server Amazon Machine Images (AMIs) are certified by Esri as a ready to use image of ArcGIS for Server in Amazon Web Services (AWS). The AMIs include specific customizations of the ArcGIS for Server configuration to make the deployment efficient and reliable in AWS. Support doesn't cover running the setup of ArcGIS for Server on AWS EC2 instances. Support only covers users who leverage the certified AMIs.

Windows AMI customization

As users make changes to the setup and configuration of the ArcGIS Server AMIs, those changes divert the AMIs from the certified original setup. If the changes are already supported on the Windows operating system, it will be supported. Otherwise, those changes will be managed as unsupported changes.

Linux (Ubuntu) AMI customization

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ArcGIS Server AMI for Linux is available on Ubuntu. Certification and support on Ubuntu is only for the Esri released ArcGIS Server AMI. Changes to the Esri released AMI will be treated as changes on an unsupported system.

Supported virtualization environments

All components of ArcGIS for Server, including ArcSDE, are fully supported on virtual environments as long as they run on supported platforms. See supported server platforms above. When running third-party applications with ArcGIS for Server, such as relational databases, the application must also be supported in a virtual environment. Check the third-party vendor for its virtualization support.

If an issue is found to be specific to Esri software in a virtual environment, Esri Support Services will attempt to reproduce the issue on a stand-alone machine. If an issue cannot be reproduced with any of the supported server platforms above on a stand-alone machine, Esri will not provide a fix or further support for issues that are specific to virtual environments except when the issues are in the following VM environments:

  • VMWare vSphere 5

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For additional information, see ArcGIS for Server and Virtualization.

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