This is a discussion on Re: How to share SSL sessions between parent and child process when doing fork /exec - Openssl ; Victor Thanks for your reply. Is there a specific reason why this is not supported by openssl? Thanks Jyothi --- Victor Duchovni wrote: > On Wed, Apr 11, 2007 at 03:31:36PM -0700, Jyothi > Jagadish wrote: >=20 > > Hi ...
Thanks for your reply.
Is there a specific reason why this is not supported
--- Victor Duchovni
> On Wed, Apr 11, 2007 at 03:31:36PM -0700, Jyothi
> Jagadish wrote:
> > Hi
> > I am looking at how to share SSL session between
> > parent and child processes
> > So scenario would be=20
> > Application opens up a SSL session
> > Does Read write
> > Forks and then does read write
> > Then when child process exits, the parent process
> > would continue to read and write.
> This is not possible with OpenSSL, you have save
> SSL_SESSION objects
> in an external cache, which allows "session
> resumption", saving CPU
> cost of complex PKI handshakes, but there is no
> support for migrating
> SSL connections between processes, the state of the
> symmetric cipher,
> buffered encrypted and decrypted data, ... are not
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