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[Xen-users] I am running out of random numbers

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Hello list,

i am running out of random rumbers in my DomU. I check it with: cat

After installting rng-tools and using /dev/urandom as a source, it
fixed the problem temporarily. But from now to then i sometime have
only 100 - 200 numbers.
I monitor /proc/sys/kernel/random/entropy_avail using nagios and munin.

Any ideas how i can get more random numbers?


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