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SSLOBSIZE xxxx — Output SSL buffer size

SSLOBSIZE is a parameter on JANUS DEFINE, which defines and sets characteristics of a Janus port.

This parameter specifies the size of the SSL output buffer to be used on SSL ports. An SSL port is a Janus port whose definition includes an SSL parameter, which indicates that communications on this port may be encrypted using Janus Network Security SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) or TLS (Transport Layer Security) support.

There is little or no performance benefit to using large SSL output buffers, because the amount of work associated with creating an SSL output packet is almost directly proportional to the size of the packet. Typically, it is sensible to use the default SSLOBSIZE of 4096, or even to make it smaller to save on memory.

The minimum and maximum allowable values for SSLOBSIZE are 1024 and 16384, respectively. The SSLOBSIZE default is the value of the SSLBSIZE parameter.

For Model 204-to-Model 204 applications, the SSLOBSIZE on each side must be less than or equal to the SSLIBSIZE (input buffer) value on the other side.

SSLOBSIZE is valid for SRVSOCK, WEBSERV, OPENSERV, and SDS port types.

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