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Re: [RFD] optimized versions of openssl

On Wed, 4 Sep 2002, Michael Stone wrote:

> You're wholly incorrect here. Note the subject: openssl. Openssl has
> processor-specific assembly routines that are built at compile time.
> Using those routines rather than the least common denominator makes a
> *huge* difference in performance. (On sparc, for example, it can make
> the difference between an almost instantaneous ssh login and one that
> takes several seconds.)
Please go for it!!!
I was wondering why the response time of our super duper SParc machine
is that slow.  If that could be speed up it would be really great!

Kind regards


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