We have recently modified some reg tests which require an update for
vtest, especially these ones:
So, if some reg tests fail
On 3/6/19 6:36 PM, Emeric Brun wrote:
To avoid this issue, you should ensure to use QAT only for the asymmetric
computing algorithm (such as RSA DSA ECDSA).
and not for ciphering ones (AES and everything else ...)
The ssl engine statement allow you to filter such algos:
On 3/6/19 3:23 PM, Marcin Deranek wrote:
> In a process of evaluating performance of Intel Quick Assist Technology in
> conjunction with HAProxy software I acquired Intel C62x Chipset card for
> testing. I configured QAT engine in the following manner:
In a process of evaluating performance of Intel Quick Assist Technology
in conjunction with HAProxy software I acquired Intel C62x Chipset card
for testing. I configured QAT engine in the following manner:
ServicesEnabled = cy
ConfigVersion = 2
If the file is only stored in the FS and you can't put its content into
HAProxy's memory at run time (using a map as explained by Jarno), then you
may want to use SPOE.
So the blocking files IO will be done in a process running outside of
You have an SPOA (agent) example in
On Sun, Mar 03, Jeff wrote:
> I need to add an authorization header for a target server, e.g.
>http-request add-header Authorization Bearer\ MYTOKENDATA
> where MYTOKENDATA is read from a file for each proxy message.
Does this mean that each http request needs to read the MYTOKENDATA
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