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Subject: Re: Java, Crypto and Speed
From: EKR (ekrrtfm.com)
Date: Fri Jun 23 2000 - 13:56:38 CDT
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Peter Wayner <pcw2flyzone.com> writes:
> Is it fair to add another column to the table that looks like
> > OpenSSL Java JNI bridge Python/OpenSSL
> > DSA (sign/s) 60 7 48 138
> > DSA (verify/s) 49 4 40 116
No clearly not, since Python/OpenSSL can't be faster than
OpenSSL raw :) This is because he's using 512 bit operations.
Also, his processor is substantially hotter than mine. You should
try to extrapolate from percentage performance loss.