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Re: hifn card



On Fri, Apr 16, 2004 at 03:48:31PM -0500, Fabio Olive Leite wrote:
> On Fri, Apr 16, 2004 at 10:03:10PM +0200, Michel Labarre wrote:
> > Hello
> > I've installed an crypto card (chip 7954) whitout problems with 3.5.
> > is anyone know how to see the card's activity ie during openssl process ?
> 
> If you just want to see if it's working, or its impact in crypto
> speed, you can run the "openssl speed" command, with and without the
> card.

  i have a vpn1401, and 'openssl speed' doesn't seem to cause
  any use on the hifn ( per watching 'systat vmstat' )

  to see the hifn in use, i can try something like:
 
$ sudo sysctl -w kern.usercrypto=1
kern.usercrypto: 0 -> 1
$ time openssl enc -des3 -in sengoku.mpg -k none -out /dev/null
    22.04s real     0.16s user     0.50s system
( the hifn is making many ~350 interrupts/second at that time )

then if i turn kern.usercrypto to 0, 

$ time openssl enc -des3 -in sengoku.mpg -k none -out /dev/null
   18.41s real     9.59s user     0.20s system

  so you can see the 'user' has gone up quite a bit.

  the machine is a pIII/450, so slighly beats the hifn in this
  process, but that's not the point.

  if there is a way to make 'openssl speed' actually test the
  hifn, i'd love to hear it -- or if i just must have something
  setup wrong...

  jared

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