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Re: 1.4.0 HP-UX lack of entropy

From: Marc Girod <marc.girod_at_iona.com>
Date: 2006-11-03 15:10:10 CET

Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2006d <at> ryandesign.com> writes:

> a common suggestion on this mailing list for dealing with entropy problems
> with /dev/random on certain platforms is to compile APR to use /dev/
> urandom instead.

There is none of either on my box.
I know there is a depot available from HP to provide /dev/random on 11.11,
but not on 11.00.

I installed egd already earlier, but starting it doesn't seem very convincing:

# fuser -f /var/run/egd-pool

# /vob/tools_HP-UX/perl/perl-5.8.7/bin/egd.pl /var/run/egd-pool
22 sources found
forking into background...
server starting
# sh: 1723 Memory fault(coredump)

# jobs
# fuser -f /var/run/egd-pool

# ps -ef | grep -v grep | egrep '^ *root .*perl'
    root 1687 1 0 09:05:12 pts/td 0:02
/vob/tools_HP-UX/perl/perl-5.8.7/bin/perl -w /vob/tools_HP-U
    root 24374 1 0 Oct 13 ? 5:26
/vob/tools_HP-UX/perl/perl-5.8.7/bin/perl -w /vob/tools_HP-U

Looks like there was a previous instance running...

Anyway. I didn't tell openssl, neon or subversion to use /var/run/egd-pool
and I guess they'd have skipped this anyway because of the openssl version.


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