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Hi all,

I have a IBM s/390 server with 1 PCICC crypto processor. I installed
Linux, configured the processor module and device, tested the device
using openssl and it works OK.

So I configured Apache + Mod_ssl to work with the PCICC processor,
but I cannot see any difference between use the crypto processor or use
the s/390 processors.

I tested with a lot of SSL trafic, and monitoring the access to the
PCICC card, but not happens. Apparently the process is not in use.

How can I test the Apache / SSL communication to confirm the PCICC
process utilization?

Following, the ssl.conf configuration to use PCICC processor:

SSLCryptoDevice ibmca


Any Ideas?

Regards,
Márcio Oliveira
RHCE, LPIC-2


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Hi all,



   I have a IBM s/390 server with 1 PCICC crypto processor. I installed Linux, configured the processor module and device, tested the device using openssl and it works OK.



   So I configured Apache + Mod_ssl to work with the PCICC processor, but I cannot see any difference between use the crypto processor or use the s/390 processors.



   I tested with a lot of SSL trafic, and monitoring the access to the PCICC card, but not happens. Apparently the process is not in use.



   How can I test the Apache / SSL communication to confirm the PCICC process utilization?



Following, the ssl.conf configuration to use PCICC processor:



SSLCryptoDevice ibmca





Any Ideas?



Regards,

Márcio Oliveira

RHCE, LPIC-2






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