manish.patel2 at broadcom.com
Mon Apr 24 13:59:10 UTC 2023
I am trying to upgrade from 1.1.1c to 3.0.8.
However doing so increases the libcrypto.a size tremendously.
Some .so we create increased by 1.6MB, which is ~38% increase.
It increases our final binary size by 1.1M which is ~27% increase
to our previous (using 1.1.1c) binary and very much unacceptable
in our environment.
Above increase is despite of reducing all unused modules as follows:
I introduced OPENSSL_SMALL_FOOTPRINT, which barely reduced size by ~100KB!
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