[ejabberd] Memory use with SSL connections

Jonathan Schleifer js-ejabberd at webkeks.org
Tue Oct 7 14:26:07 MSD 2008


Am 07.10.2008 um 12:07 schrieb Evgeniy Khramtsov:

> OpenSSL has a very important benefit: it doesn't require socket  
> descriptors to be passed to it's API functions. Other libraries  
> (gnutls, yassl) need sockets to be passed to their functions  
> (furthermore, sockets must be in blocking mode!!), but this is not  
> acceptable in Erlang of course. At least I didn't see alternative  
> libraries without this restriction.


xyssl doesn't need a socket passed either IIRC and needs less memory  
than OpenSSL.

--
Jonathan

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