Michael Paquier <michael.paqu...@gmail.com> writes:
> And actually, enabling prngd would need to be controlled by a
> configure switch as well disabled by default, no?
AFAICT, openssl has no configuration options related to prngd; they
seem to be able to use it automatically when /dev/[u]random isn't there.
This surprises me a bit because the location of prngd's random-data socket
is evidently variable. I've not dug into exactly how openssl figures that
out, but I'm sure a little quality time with the openssl sources would
regards, tom lane
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