We have a network segment that has a perimeter pix 535 and behind it two 6500 switches, each has a CSM and a SSL module. We can only hit a max throughput of about 42Mbps when we run a loadrunner test going to one ssl module on https traffic. We add a second SSL module to the CSM loadbalancing and we were able to increase to another 41 Mbps totalling our throughput to about 82 Mbps overall.
We are running software version 2.1(4) on the SSL modules. I noticed the following in the ssl modules while the modules were taking in at about 22 Mbps:
dmzssl1.frsat#sh ssl-proxy status tcp
TCP cpu is alive!
TCP cpu utilization:
% process util : 7 % interrupt util : 0
proc cycles : 0xA93422B253E int cycles : 0xD916CBD43A
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