Commit 91e59caa authored by Niels Möller's avatar Niels Möller
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Deleted unused file.

Rev: src/nettle/sparc64/aes.asm:1.2(DEAD)
parent 79eb7d8d
! -*- mode: asm; asm-comment-char: ?!; -*-
! nettle, low-level cryptographics library
!
! Copyright (C) 2002 Niels Mller
!
! The nettle library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
! it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public License as published by
! the Free Software Foundation; either version 2.1 of the License, or (at your
! option) any later version.
!
! The nettle library is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but
! WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY
! or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU Lesser General Public
! License for more details.
!
! You should have received a copy of the GNU Lesser General Public License
! along with the nettle library; see the file COPYING.LIB. If not, write to
! the Free Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston,
! MA 02111-1307, USA.
! The only difference between this code and the sparc32 code is the
! frame offsets, and the magic BIAS when accessing the stack.
! FIXME: For improved ultra sparc performance, we should avoid ALU
! instructions that use the result of an immediately preceeding ALU
! instruction. It is also a good idea to have a greater distance than
! one instruction between a load and use of its value, as that reduces
! the penalty for cache misses. Such instruction sequences are marked
! with !U comments.
! NOTE: Some of the %g registers are reserved for operating system etc
! (see gcc/config/sparc.h). The only %g registers that seems safe to
! use are %g1-%g3.
! Used registers: %l0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7
! %i0,1,2,3,4 (%i6=%fp, %i7 = return)
! %o0,1,2,3,4 (%o6=%sp)
!
.file "aes.asm"
! Arguments
define(ctx, %i0)
define(T, %i1)
define(length, %i2)
define(dst, %i3)
define(src, %i4)
! Loop invariants
define(wtxt, %l0)
define(tmp, %l1)
define(diff, %l2)
define(nrounds, %l3)
! Further loop invariants
define(T0, %l4)
define(T1, %l5)
define(T2, %l6)
define(T3, %l7)
! Teporaries
define(t0, %o0)
define(t1, %o1)
define(t2, %o2)
! Loop variables
define(round, %o3)
define(key, %o4)
C IDX1 cointains the permutation values * 4 + 2
define(IDX1, <T + AES_SIDX1 >)
C IDX3 cointains the permutation values * 4
define(IDX3, <T + AES_SIDX3 >)
C AES_LOAD(i)
C Get one word of input, XOR with first subkey, store in wtxt
define(<AES_LOAD>, <
ldub [src+$1], t0
ldub [src+$1+1], t1
ldub [src+$1+2], t2
sll t1, 8, t1
or t0, t1, t0 ! U
ldub [src+$1+3], t1
sll t2, 16, t2
or t0, t2, t0
sll t1, 24, t1
! Get subkey
ld [ctx + $1], t2
or t0, t1, t0
xor t0, t2, t0
st t0, [wtxt+$1]>)dnl
C AES_ROUND(i)
C Compute one word in the round function.
C Input in wtxt, output stored in tmp + i.
C
C The comments mark which j in T->table[j][ Bj(wtxt[IDXi(i)]) ]
C the instruction is a part of.
define(<AES_ROUND>, <
ld [IDX1+$1], t1 ! 1
ldub [wtxt+$1+3], t0 ! 0
ldub [wtxt+t1], t1 ! 1
sll t0, 2, t0 ! 0
ld [T0+t0], t0 ! 0
sll t1, 2, t1 ! 1
ld [T1+t1], t1 ! 1 !U
ld [IDX3+$1], t2 ! 3
xor t0, t1, t0 ! 0, 1
! IDX2(j) = j XOR 2
ldub [wtxt+eval($1 ^ 8)+1], t1 ! 2
ldub [wtxt+t2], t2 ! 3
sll t1, 2, t1 ! 2
ld [T2+t1], t1 ! 2 !U
sll t2, 2, t2 ! 3
ld [T3+t2], t2 ! 3 !U
xor t0, t1, t0 ! 0, 1, 2
! Fetch roundkey
ld [key + $1], t1
xor t0, t2, t0 ! 0, 1, 2, 3
xor t0, t1, t0 !U
st t0, [tmp + $1]>)dnl
C AES_FINAL_ROUND(i)
C Compute one word in the final round function.
C Input in wtxt, output converted to an octet string and stored at dst.
C
C The comments mark which j in T->table[j][ Bj(wtxt[IDXi(i)]) ]
C the instruction is a part of.
define(<AES_FINAL_ROUND>, <
ld [IDX1+$1], t1 ! 1
ldub [wtxt+$1+3], t0 ! 0
ldub [wtxt+t1], t1 ! 1
ldub [T+t0], t0 ! 0
ldub [T+t1], t1 ! 1
ld [IDX3 + $1], t2 ! 3
sll t1, 8, t1 ! 1
or t0, t1, t0 ! 0, 1 !U
! IDX2(j) = j XOR 2
ldub [wtxt+eval($1 ^ 8)+1], t1 ! 2
ldub [wtxt+t2], t2 ! 3
ldub [T+t1], t1 ! 2
ldub [T+t2], t2 ! 3
sll t1, 16, t1 ! 2
or t0, t1, t0 ! 0, 1, 2 !U
sll t2, 24, t2 ! 3
ld [key + $1], t1
or t0, t2, t0 ! 0, 1, 2, 3
xor t0, t1, t0 !U
srl t0, 24, t1 !U
stb t1, [dst+$1+3] !U
srl t0, 16, t1
stb t1, [dst+$1+2] !U
srl t0, 8, t1
stb t1, [dst+$1+1] !U
stb t0, [dst+$1]>)dnl
C The stack frame looks like
C
C %fp - 8: OS-dependent link field
C %fp - 16: OS-dependent link field
C %fp - 32: tmp, uint32_t[4]
C %fp - 48: wtxt, uint32_t[4]
C %fp - 224: OS register save area. (22*8 == 176 bytes)
define(<FRAME_SIZE>, 224)
define(<BIAS>, 2047) C Magic stack bias for the Sparc64 ABI
.section ".text"
.align 16
.global _nettle_aes_crypt
.type _nettle_aes_crypt,#function
.proc 020
_nettle_aes_crypt:
save %sp, -FRAME_SIZE, %sp
cmp length, 0
be .Lend
! wtxt
add %fp, BIAS-32, wtxt
add %fp, BIAS-40, tmp
ld [ctx + AES_NROUNDS], nrounds
! Compute xor, so that we can swap efficiently.
xor wtxt, tmp, diff
! The loop variable will be multiplied by 16.
! More loop invariants
add T, AES_TABLE0, T0
add T, AES_TABLE1, T1
add T, AES_TABLE2, T2
add T, AES_TABLE3, T3
nop
.Lblock_loop:
C Read src, and add initial subkey
AES_LOAD(0) ! i = 0
AES_LOAD(4) ! i = 1
AES_LOAD(8) ! i = 2
AES_LOAD(12) ! i = 3
add src, 16, src
sub nrounds, 1, round
add ctx, 16, key
nop
.Lround_loop:
AES_ROUND(0) ! i = 0
AES_ROUND(4) ! i = 1
AES_ROUND(8) ! i = 2
AES_ROUND(12) ! i = 3
! switch roles for tmp and wtxt
xor wtxt, diff, wtxt
xor tmp, diff, tmp
subcc round, 1, round
bne .Lround_loop
add key, 16, key
C Final round, and storage of the output
AES_FINAL_ROUND(0) ! i = 0
AES_FINAL_ROUND(4) ! i = 1
AES_FINAL_ROUND(8) ! i = 2
AES_FINAL_ROUND(12) ! i = 3
addcc length, -16, length
bne .Lblock_loop
add dst, 16, dst
.Lend:
ret
restore
.Leord:
.size _nettle_aes_crypt,.Leord-_nettle_aes_crypt
! Benchmarks on my slow sparcstation:
! Original C code
! aes128 (ECB encrypt): 14.36s, 0.696MB/s
! aes128 (ECB decrypt): 17.19s, 0.582MB/s
! aes128 (CBC encrypt): 16.08s, 0.622MB/s
! aes128 ((CBC decrypt)): 18.79s, 0.532MB/s
!
! aes192 (ECB encrypt): 16.85s, 0.593MB/s
! aes192 (ECB decrypt): 19.64s, 0.509MB/s
! aes192 (CBC encrypt): 18.43s, 0.543MB/s
! aes192 (CBC decrypt): 20.76s, 0.482MB/s
!
! aes256 (ECB encrypt): 19.12s, 0.523MB/s
! aes256 (ECB decrypt): 22.57s, 0.443MB/s
! aes256 (CBC encrypt): 20.92s, 0.478MB/s
! aes256 (CBC decrypt): 23.22s, 0.431MB/s
! After unrolling key_addition32, and getting rid of
! some sll x, 2, x, encryption speed is 0.760 MB/s.
! Next, the C code was optimized to use larger tables and
! no rotates. New timings:
! aes128 (ECB encrypt): 13.10s, 0.763MB/s
! aes128 (ECB decrypt): 11.51s, 0.869MB/s
! aes128 (CBC encrypt): 15.15s, 0.660MB/s
! aes128 (CBC decrypt): 13.10s, 0.763MB/s
!
! aes192 (ECB encrypt): 15.68s, 0.638MB/s
! aes192 (ECB decrypt): 13.59s, 0.736MB/s
! aes192 (CBC encrypt): 17.65s, 0.567MB/s
! aes192 (CBC decrypt): 15.31s, 0.653MB/s
!
! aes256 (ECB encrypt): 17.95s, 0.557MB/s
! aes256 (ECB decrypt): 15.90s, 0.629MB/s
! aes256 (CBC encrypt): 20.16s, 0.496MB/s
! aes256 (CBC decrypt): 17.47s, 0.572MB/s
! After optimization using pre-shifted indices
! (AES_SIDX[1-3]):
! aes128 (ECB encrypt): 12.46s, 0.803MB/s
! aes128 (ECB decrypt): 10.74s, 0.931MB/s
! aes128 (CBC encrypt): 17.74s, 0.564MB/s
! aes128 (CBC decrypt): 12.43s, 0.805MB/s
!
! aes192 (ECB encrypt): 14.59s, 0.685MB/s
! aes192 (ECB decrypt): 12.76s, 0.784MB/s
! aes192 (CBC encrypt): 19.97s, 0.501MB/s
! aes192 (CBC decrypt): 14.46s, 0.692MB/s
!
! aes256 (ECB encrypt): 17.00s, 0.588MB/s
! aes256 (ECB decrypt): 14.81s, 0.675MB/s
! aes256 (CBC encrypt): 22.65s, 0.442MB/s
! aes256 (CBC decrypt): 16.46s, 0.608MB/s
! After implementing double buffering
! aes128 (ECB encrypt): 12.59s, 0.794MB/s
! aes128 (ECB decrypt): 10.56s, 0.947MB/s
! aes128 (CBC encrypt): 17.91s, 0.558MB/s
! aes128 (CBC decrypt): 12.30s, 0.813MB/s
!
! aes192 (ECB encrypt): 15.03s, 0.665MB/s
! aes192 (ECB decrypt): 12.56s, 0.796MB/s
! aes192 (CBC encrypt): 20.30s, 0.493MB/s
! aes192 (CBC decrypt): 14.26s, 0.701MB/s
!
! aes256 (ECB encrypt): 17.30s, 0.578MB/s
! aes256 (ECB decrypt): 14.51s, 0.689MB/s
! aes256 (CBC encrypt): 22.75s, 0.440MB/s
! aes256 (CBC decrypt): 16.35s, 0.612MB/s
! After reordering aes-encrypt.c and aes-decypt.c
! (the order probably causes strange cache-effects):
! aes128 (ECB encrypt): 9.21s, 1.086MB/s
! aes128 (ECB decrypt): 11.13s, 0.898MB/s
! aes128 (CBC encrypt): 14.12s, 0.708MB/s
! aes128 (CBC decrypt): 13.77s, 0.726MB/s
!
! aes192 (ECB encrypt): 10.86s, 0.921MB/s
! aes192 (ECB decrypt): 13.17s, 0.759MB/s
! aes192 (CBC encrypt): 15.74s, 0.635MB/s
! aes192 (CBC decrypt): 15.91s, 0.629MB/s
!
! aes256 (ECB encrypt): 12.71s, 0.787MB/s
! aes256 (ECB decrypt): 15.38s, 0.650MB/s
! aes256 (CBC encrypt): 17.49s, 0.572MB/s
! aes256 (CBC decrypt): 17.87s, 0.560MB/s
! After further optimizations of the initial and final loops,
! source_loop and final_loop.
! aes128 (ECB encrypt): 8.07s, 1.239MB/s
! aes128 (ECB decrypt): 9.48s, 1.055MB/s
! aes128 (CBC encrypt): 12.76s, 0.784MB/s
! aes128 (CBC decrypt): 12.15s, 0.823MB/s
!
! aes192 (ECB encrypt): 9.43s, 1.060MB/s
! aes192 (ECB decrypt): 11.20s, 0.893MB/s
! aes192 (CBC encrypt): 14.19s, 0.705MB/s
! aes192 (CBC decrypt): 13.97s, 0.716MB/s
!
! aes256 (ECB encrypt): 10.81s, 0.925MB/s
! aes256 (ECB decrypt): 12.92s, 0.774MB/s
! aes256 (CBC encrypt): 15.59s, 0.641MB/s
! aes256 (CBC decrypt): 15.76s, 0.635MB/s
! After unrolling loops, and other optimizations suggested by
! Marcus:
! aes128 (ECB encrypt): 6.40s, 1.562MB/s
! aes128 (ECB decrypt): 8.17s, 1.224MB/s
! aes128 (CBC encrypt): 13.11s, 0.763MB/s
! aes128 (CBC decrypt): 10.05s, 0.995MB/s
!
! aes192 (ECB encrypt): 7.43s, 1.346MB/s
! aes192 (ECB decrypt): 9.51s, 1.052MB/s
! aes192 (CBC encrypt): 14.09s, 0.710MB/s
! aes192 (CBC decrypt): 11.58s, 0.864MB/s
!
! aes256 (ECB encrypt): 8.57s, 1.167MB/s
! aes256 (ECB decrypt): 11.13s, 0.898MB/s
! aes256 (CBC encrypt): 15.30s, 0.654MB/s
! aes256 (CBC decrypt): 12.93s, 0.773MB/s
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