Does key length require storage?
Kevin A. Burton
burton at newsmonster.org
Sun Jan 23 22:19:22 PST 2005
The current protocol.txt says that the maximum lenght of a key is 250
Is there any hashing done in the server to prevent storage of the key or
is the entire key stored so that the server can rehash if necessary?
If so then its certainly not a problem. I'll probably just use SHA1 on
my server and use that as my key. I want to use our OR layer to
generate keys which are actually SQL but storing arbitrary SQL strings
as keys seems both a bit unsafe as well as a waste of memory considering
how fast SHA1 is...
I was then going to Base64+filesafe encode the key and store that in the
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