On 13/03/18 08:44, Jeffrey Walton wrote:
> Check /proc/cpuinfo for the sha_ni flag. If present, then you can test
> the SHA extensions.
>
> SHA extensions made their debut in Goldmont. They are also available
> in Goldmont+. They were scheduled for one of the lakes but they did
> not make it in.
>
> I have a Goldmont machine for testing SHA but it is a turd. It is a
> Celeron J3455 (https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01LYCDG4H).
>
> Jeff
>

Ah, okay. That Goldmont info matches my /proc/cpuinfo.
No "sha_ni" listed :-(, just the aes-ni instruction set.

AYJ
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