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  1. mstone

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    It would be nice if the openssl results included some aes+evp (aes-ni) numbers. Specifically, it would be very nice to compare aes-128-gcm across platforms because the aes-ni instructions are being tweaked and have some very significant performance differences across cpu families.
     
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    Have a suggested set of code to run? I have a bunch of systems spun up right now so it would be easy to test and add.
     
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    openssl speed -evp aes-128-gcm
    with and without the -multi $nproc
     
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    @mstone does this look right?
    Code:
            echo "Running OpenSSL test"
            ./apps/openssl speed rsa4096 -multi $nproc
            echo "Running OppenSSL AES+EVP single threaded"
            ./apps/openssl speed aes-128-gcm
            echo "Running OppenSSL AES+EVP multi-threaded"
            ./apps/openssl speed aes-128-gcm -multi $nproc
    
     
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    It lacks the "-evp" after the "speed"

    ./apps/openssl speed -evp aes-128-gcm
     
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