rsync & SSL 'for real'
Aaron W Morris
aaronwmorris at gmail.com
Thu Apr 19 00:24:47 GMT 2007
> >> This still applies (depending on the ssl toolkit being used). The
> >> problem referenced here is the TCP window size is hard coded inside
> >> the openssl library. In order to change the window size, one must
> >> patch openssl.
> > TCP window size is not, and can not, be hard coded inside openssl. Do
> > you know what TCP window size is?
> >> Of course, there is also the question of if openssl is the appropriate
> >> toolkit to use with rsync. I am not sure of the issues with a GPL
> >> binary linking against a BSD library. Perhaps GnuTLS is more
> >> appropriate... (I know... this is probably a whole different can of
> >> worms. :-) ).
> > There is no license issue. This is just a troll.
> that was a little harsh
I'll say. Completely uncalled for and unprofessional. There is no
need for name calling here.
I can admit when I'm wrong. I apologize for any mis-information, I
was just trying to help.
Aaron W Morris (decep)
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