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SubjectRe: /dev/random probs in 2.4test(12-pre3)
Followup to:  <>
By author: "Albert D. Cahalan" <>
In newsgroup:
> Yeah, people write annoying little wrapper functions that
> bounce right back into the kernel until the job gets done.
> This is slow, it adds both source and object bloat, and it
> is a source of extra bugs. What a lovely API, eh?
> The fix: write_write_write_damnit() and read_read_read_damnit(),
> which go until they hit a fatal error or complete the job.

RTFM(fwrite), RTFM(fread).

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