[RC5] DES-Test, Day 2
Jim C. Nasby
jim at nasby.net
Sat Jan 9 15:20:25 EST 1999
The machine in question is a _dual_ PII333 running FreeBSD 3.0-RELEASE. Each CPU gets
936kk/s, or ~1.9Mk/s total. Doing the math, this means it takes 207 seconds for the
machine to complete 2 28 bit blocks, or 143 seconds per block. So, it takes on
average 2:23 to complete each 28 bit block.
Looking at it right now, it's taking each thread 38:15 to complete a 31 bit block.
Divide by eight, and you get 287 seconds to do a 28 bit block. Divide by 2 threads,
and you get 2:23/28 bit block/thread. FWIW, I have run the box with 28 bit blocks for
awhile... it's quite fun to watch the screen updates throw another '.' on the screen
every 2.8 seconds. :)
Hope this helps,
Raymond Ferry wrote:
> Question for whomever wrote:
> I will certainly agree that people need to use smaller buffers for DES
> I have all my clients set for 1:1, and between my two pproxies, I only
> 500 28bit blocks. Since my dual PII alone will do a 28 bit block every ~2
> minutes, this should be about 1/2 a day's work.
> How do you have your PII configured to get that performance ? I've just
> gotten a new
> PII 450Mhz and only get 1 28 bit block ever 11 / 12 minutes on Windoze98..
> Also, would
> be interested in any other performance suggestions for an AMD K6 233 running
> and an over clocked Cyrix 6x86 at 166.
> Thanks a lot.
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