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Author oconnor663
Recipients Zooko.Wilcox-O'Hearn, christian.heimes, corona10, gregory.p.smith, jstasiak, kmaork, larry, lemburg, mgorny, oconnor663, xtreak
Date 2022-03-24.15:58:32
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> Truncated sha512 (sha512-256) typically performs 40% faster than sha256 on X86_64.

Without hardware acceleration, yes. But because SHA-NI includes only SHA-1 and SHA-256, and not SHA-512, it's no longer a level playing field. OpenSSL's SHA-512 and SHA-512/256 both get about 797 MB/s on my machine.
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