Am Sat, 11 Jul 2015 19:04:07 +0200 Fabian Keil <freebsd-lis...@fabiankeil.de> schrieb:
> "Matthew D. Fuller" <fulle...@over-yonder.net> wrote: > > > On Thu, Jul 09, 2015 at 06:16:36PM +0000 I heard the voice of > > George V. Neville-Neil, and lo! it spake thus: > > > New Revision: 285336 > > > URL: https://svnweb.freebsd.org/changeset/base/285336 > > > > > > Log: > > > Add support for AES modes to IPSec. These modes work both in software > > > only > > > mode and with hardware support on systems that have AESNI instructions. > > > > With (apparently) this change, I can trigger a panic at will by > > running > > > > % geli onetime -e AES-XTS -d /dev/ada0s1 > > Thanks for the heads-up. > > As it wasn't obvious to me: the commit broke attachment > of AES-XTS providers in general. > > Reverting it lets my test system boot again. > > Fabian Running CURRENT on several Intel platforms, using swap.eli on all systems is usual to my setups. On modern hardware, say >= Intel i7 architectures (with or without AES-NI), I didn't recognize a panic at all but in one case a core i3 starts swapping dies immediately. Another box, a dual core XEON Core2 Duo based architecture without AES-NI fails booting immediately after I see the mounting and initialising of swap.eli. Maybe this observation is of use.
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