about nohwcrypt in ath10k parameter
kim25444 at naver.com
Sat Nov 25 23:05:57 PST 2017
Using ath10k (backports-4.4.2, kernel-3.2.58), I got the same problem as the mailing list below.
While collecting information on resolving this problem, I noticed that there is a nohwcrypt parameter on ath10k.
So I'm going to ask some questions.
1. If I use this parameter (nohwcrypt), is there a difference in the authentication process?
Or what is the difference between writing and not writing these parameters(nohwcrypt)?
2. If I use this parameter (nohwcrypt), can I fix this? (When I look at the ath10k driver source it does not seem to have this problem.)
3. If I use this parameter (nohwcrypt) under the assumption that all the available bandwidth is used at all times, how much performance loss do I have?
Kwang-Min Kim(kim25444 at naver.com)
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