Date: Mon, 16 Jul 2012 10:55:55 +0400 From: Solar Designer <solar@...nwall.com> To: john-dev@...ts.openwall.com Subject: Re: xsha512-cuda & xsha512-opencl testing myrice - As discussed on IRC, you'll need to redo these with incremental mode and with fewer passwords getting cracked. However, thank you for posting these "wrong" results as well. It helps. They're also good for correctness testing before you approach actually benchmarking things. On Mon, Jul 16, 2012 at 02:29:40PM +0800, myrice wrote: > HashNum_SaltNum > 1_1 > guesses: 1 time: 0:00:00:01 DONE (Sun Jul 15 12:09:50 2012) c/s: 499321 > > 100_100 > guesses: 100 time: 0:00:00:01 DONE (Sun Jul 15 18:18:18 2012) c/s: 26346K 1 second is too little time for the c/s rate to reflect anything. (1 minute could be OK.) > 10K_10K > guesses: 10000 time: 0:00:01:36 DONE (Sun Jul 15 19:25:42 2012) c/s: 54613K This looks reasonable and consistent with --test, 54.6M c/s at "many salts". > 10K_100 > guesses: 10000 time: 0:00:00:03 DONE (Sun Jul 15 19:27:50 2012) c/s: 2569M This could also be reasonable, but the hashes/salt ratio was changing (so we can't reliably deduce the hashes computed per second from the printed effective c/s rate) and the total running time is too short. We need 1+ minute and no successful guesses. > 10K_1 > guesses: 10000 time: 0:00:00:01 DONE (Sun Jul 15 19:30:25 2012 ) c/s: 5242M Same problems as above. > 1M_K > guesses: 1000000 time: 0:00:10:14 DONE (Sun Jul 15 20:30:56 2012) c/s: 1260M1M Running time is OK, but the hashes/salt ratio was changing, and non-negligible time might have been spent on processing the successful guesses. Also, what's "1260M1M" - doesn't look like a number to me. Is this what john actually printed? I doubt it. > Here is not finished result of 1M hashes and 1M salts > 1M_1M > guesses: 73694 time: 0:01:04:35 12.73% (ETA: Mon Jul 16 05:05:37 > 2012) c/s: 49966K Now this is actually relevant, similarly to your 10K_10K run. So things look OK for the one hash per salt case. Thanks, Alexander
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