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Re: aes-ni



On 10/16/2011 07:21 PM, Lurkos wrote:
> Maybe aesni_intel supersedes aes_x86_64 once loaded?

yes, see /proc/crypto when modules are loaded and check priorities of aes-ni
crypto driver (it should be autoloaded).

hw drivers have always higher priority. you can blacklist modules if needed though.
(there is no way to select modules through dmcrypt directly)

Milan
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