[7u4] Request for approval for CR 7088989 - Improve the performance for T4 by utilizing the newly provided crypto APIs
ahughes at redhat.com
Thu Mar 15 16:29:00 PDT 2012
----- Original Message -----
> On 3/14/12 9:08 AM, Andrew Hughes wrote:
> > 1. java.security is altered to prioritise
> > com.oracle.security.ucrypto.UcryptoProvider
> > on Solaris builds. What does this mean for OpenJDK builds on
> > Solaris that don't have
> > this provider?
> Nothing, really.
> > Will the provider code simply ignore absent providers?
> Yes. The Providers are listed in preference order, if something can't
> be found in one of them,
> the search moves on to the next one, roughly speaking. For details,
> > 2. Was there a reason the testcases in this commit were locked
> > down
> > to only work with the proprietary ucrypto provider? Are they not
> > suitable for all providers?
> > They would be very useful for testing the SunPKCS11/NSS provider.
> That's a question better suited for the security-dev at openjdk list.
CCed. As I said, I would have posted here first, if there had been a public review
of the patch to begin with. There wasn't.
I noticed you don't seem to have commented on how this breaks the jdk7u guidelines.
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