openssl speedcommand benchmark were quite nice:
The 'numbers' are in 1000s of bytes per second processed. benchmark debian with patch +% sha1 55836.67k -> 73599.08k +31.811% aes-128 cbc 18451.11k -> 36305.34k +96.765% aes-256 cbc 13552.30k -> 27108.31k +100.027% sha256 20092.25k -> 43469.45k +116.349% sha512 8052.74k -> 37194.28k +361.884 % rsa 1024 1904.2v/S -> 3650.5v/s +91.708 %Curiously, the assembler code is actually in perl files that output assembler code. This kind of code is affectionately called "perlsembly". A bug with patch has been filed, hopefully applied at the soonest.