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SubjectRe: [PATCH 11/13] Core Resource Allocation
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 > I think we can use random32() or get_random_bytes().  I need to
> re-review how this algorithm works. Its randomizing the stag IDs so
> they are not predictable.

I assume based on the algorithm you have now that they don't need to
be cryptographically unpredictable. So random32() would probably be
the best thing to do (get_random_bytes() should be used sparingly,
since it depletes the kernel entropy pool).

- R.
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