excessive SHA1 calls
Love Hörnquist Åstrand
lha at samba.org
Thu Nov 24 11:27:07 GMT 2005
tridge at samba.org writes:
> > About 24000 sha1 calls seems to be in the right dimension for one s2k, but
> > that shouldn't account for all your time since that would be be around 0.4s
> > for my slow hotplate, eh, powerbook.
> Is there any way to avoid this? Can we cache any of it?
> 0.4s per connection is a _lot_ to be paying. We've noticing it under
> valgrind as that becomes a lot more under a synthetic CPU.
Yes, its possible to cache the result of the s2k(password,enctype) on
success, and invalidate it on password change.
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