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Hello everyone,

I would like to know your view on "Would the performance impact for transmit=
ting 'X' bytes of unencrypted data over SSLized channel be almost same irres=
pective of the number of SSL_* calls" ?

Consider I am using a buffer of size 'buf_size' for SSL_read/write (SSL_read=
(ssl_obj,buf,buf_size) ):
If buf_size < 'X' I would require more number of SSL_reads/writes.
If buf_size > 'X' a single SSL_read/write should suffice.
So would the performance hit for end to end transmission of this 'X' bytes o=
f data be the same in the cases mentioned above?
I am assuming ideal network (no network latency etc) and 'X' is not big enou=
gh to fill kernel buffers on either side.

~ Urjit
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Hello everyone,

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I would like to know your view on "Would=
the
performance impact for transmitting 'X' bytes of unencrypted data over SSLiz=
ed
channel be almost same irrespective of the number of SSL_* calls" ?
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Consider I am using a buffer of
size 'buf_size' for SSL_read/write (SSL_read(ssl_obj,buf,buf_size)
):

If buf_size < 'X' I would require=
more
number of SSL_reads/writes.

If buf_size > 'X' a single SSL_read/wr=
ite
should suffice.

So would the performance hit for end to e=
nd
transmission of this 'X' bytes of data be the same in the cases mentioned
above?

I am assuming ideal network (no network l=
atency
etc) and 'X' is not big enough to fill kernel buffers on either
side.

 

~ Urjit

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