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    SubjectRe: Continuing /dev/random problems with 2.4
    On Fri, Feb 01, 2002 at 11:53:20AM -0500, Robert Love wrote:
    | On Fri, 2002-02-01 at 04:17, Ken Brownfield wrote:
    | Most of the useful fixes actually came in a large update from Andreas
    | Dilger. Perhaps he would have some insight, too.

    Ah, my apoligies then.

    | Exhausting entropy to zero under high use is not uncommon (that is a
    | motivation for my netdev-random patch). What boggles me is why it does
    | not regenerate?

    Yeah -- slow entropy is "acceptable", but blocking until a reboot is rather unacceptable. ;)

    Thx much,
    --
    Ken.
    brownfld@irridia.com

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