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Tag: crypto acceleration
AsiaBSDCon 2009 Paper List
Added: 24 May 2009
Tags: asiabsdcon, asiabsdcon2009
FreeBSD and SOI-Asia Project Mohamad by Dikshie Fauzie (753 Kb, 4 pages), Deprecating groff for BSD manual display by Kristaps Dzonsons (114 Kb, 8 pages), FreeBSD on high performance multi-core embedded PowerPC systems - Rafal Jaworowski (359 Kb, 12 pages), An Overview of FreeBSD/mips by M. Warner Losh (67 Kb, 8 pages), Active-Active Firewall Cluster Support in OpenBSD by David Gwynne (154 Kb, 20 pages), Mail system for distributed network by Andrey Zakharchenko (150 Kb, 3 pages), OpenBGPD - Bringing full views to OpenBSD since by 2004 Claudio Jeker (401 Kb, 6 pages), Environmental Independence: BSD Kernel TCP/IP in Userspace by Antti Kantee (213 Kb, 10 pages), Crypto Acceleration on FreeBSD by Philip Paeps (58 Kb, 3 pages), Isolating Cluster Users (and Their Jobs) for Performance and Predictability by Brooks Davis (662 Kb, 7 pages), PC-BSD - Making FreeBSD on the Desktop a reality by Kris Moore (351 Kb, 9 pages), The Locking Infrastructure in the FreeBSD kernel by Attilio Rao (55 Kb, 7 pages), OpenBSD Hardware Sensors Framework by Constantine A. Murenin (245 Kb, 14 pages)
Papers of the AsiaBSDCon 2009
Philip Paeps - Crypto Acceleration on FreeBSD
Source: BSDCan - The Technical BSD Conference
Added: 25 May 2009
Tags: bsdcan, bsdcan2009, presentation, crypto acceleration, freebsd, philip paeps
Slides (361 Kb, 28 pages)
Crypto Acceleration on FreeBSD
As more and more services on the internet become
cryptographically secured, the load of cryptography
on systems becomes heavier and heavier. Crypto
acceleration hardware is available in different
forms for different workloads. Embedded communications
processors from VIA and AMD have limited acceleration
facilities in silicon and various manufacturers
build hardware for accelerating secure web traffic
and IPSEC VPN tunnels.
This talk gives an overview of FreeBSD's crypto
framework in the kernel and how it can be used
together with OpenSSL to leverage acceleration
hardware. Some numbers will be presented to demonstrate
how acceleration can improve performance - and how
it can curiously bring a system to a grinding halt.
Philip originally started playing with crypto
acceleration when he saw the "crypto block" in one
of his Soekris boards. As usual, addiction was
instant and by the grace of the "you touch it, you
own it" principle, he has been fiddling the crypto
framework more than is good for him.