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Date: Wed, 15 Aug 2012 20:49:25 -0500
From: "jfoug" <>
To: <>
Subject: RE: SRP

Magnum-Jumbo is updated with wow (the 64 bit gmp bug I put in there).

I have not moved to bleeding, but it should be a straight merge.


>-----Original Message-----
>From: magnum []
>Sent: Wednesday, August 15, 2012 4:27 PM
>Subject: Re: [john-dev] SRP
>On 2012-08-15 19:20, jfoug wrote:
>> I have fixed the warnings, and added OMP.  The change has been pushed
>> to jumbo-bleeding (9c0169a).
>You should have pushed it to magnum-jumbo. Now I had to cherry-pick the
>fixes "backwards" to magnum-jumbo and could not avoid it being merged
>back as a dupe no-op commit to bleeding, confusing history. No problem,
>just consider this for future patches.
>Note that magnum-jumbo is just as unstable (or stable) as bleeding-jumbo
>(at least in terms of Jumbo code). The only intended difference is they
>are based on different core versions. Normally, the only thing that
>should be directly committed to bleeding are fixes/workarounds/adaptions
>for CVS core. Other than that, it's just a merge branch.
>Anyway, it scales just fine on my gear on OpenSSL (1.0.1-4ubuntu5.3):
>Benchmarking: WoW (Battlenet) SRP sha1 [32/64 oSSL-exp]... DONE
>Raw:	24424 c/s real, 24424 c/s virtual
>Benchmarking: WoW (Battlenet) SRP sha1 [32/64 oSSL-exp]... (2xOMP) DONE
>Raw:	45623 c/s real, 22925 c/s virtual
>...but a GMP build now fails self-test, OMP or not:
>Benchmarking: WoW (Battlenet) SRP sha1 [32/64 GMP-exp]... FAILED
>Benchmarking: WoW (Battlenet) SRP sha1 [32/64 GMP-exp]... (2xOMP) FAILED
>Again, fixes to magnum-jumbo please!
>> I wonder if we should change the name of this from wowsrp (and
>> wow_srp_fmt_plug.c) to srp-wow  (and srp_wow_fmt_plug.c), and then
>> build a srp format (and srp_fmt_plug)?   This would keep the name
>> similar. It is 'SRP' algorithm, but with the battlenet specifics, vs
>> the 'stock' SRP.
>I agree, that will be better in the long run. Though the file name can
>stay IMO (I just don't think it matters, do as you wish).

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