Victor B. Wagner wrote:
> First one is useful if for some reason some ciphers supported by
> OpenSSL is not permitted to use in the particular network, or if
> there is need to use ciphersuites which are not included into default
> ciphersuite list, now compiled into PostgreSQL.

Do you have specific examples where that might be the case?

> Second one can be used for taking cryptography load from server into
> special hardware chip, which can be useful for loaded servers.
> Also, upcoming OpenSSL 0.9.9 allows to add entirely new cryptographic
> algorithms via engines, so engine support allows to use algorithms,

ISTM that that should be in a system-wide OpenSSL configuration, not to 
be hacked into each SSL-using application separately.  Is that 

Peter Eisentraut

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