Tue Nov 20 13:17:01 2001
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On Monday 19 November 2001 18:43, Lee McKenna wrote:
> For the record book :) I ran the following tests using gpg 1.0.6,
> 1024bit key, on a PIII/800, 256MB RAM, SCSI/IDE RAID, stock FreeBSD
> 4.3 release, on a file size 3363088179 (3.3GB). CAST5 is the
> fastest, 3DES slowest. All others are relatively close.
If you use gnupg from rpm's (or equivalent on FreeBSD), you could try
recompiling gpg with --march=pentiumpro. This should speed things up a
bit (maybe even twice; by base64 encoder doubled it's speed by using
this option). Alternatively, you could use icc, if that runs under
FreeBSD. That should give you another 15-20%.
The main justification for waging this war has been totally
fabricated. The American people have been deliberately and consciously
misled by their government into supporting a major military adventure
which affects our collective future.
--Michel Chossudovsky, University of Ottawa
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