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Re: WARNING pseudorandom rekeying

On Jan 7, 2014, at 14:59 , Jean-Yves Migeon <> 
> Le 06/01/2014 20:38, a écrit :
>>  "Turns out the new kernel tries to pull in entropy from the disk and
>>   if the secondary boot loader hasn't been updated that entropy isn't
>>   available and the entropy pool gets drawn down quickly, which then
>>   reverts to the pseudorandom device needing to generate some.  Or
>>   something to that effect.  Copying /usr/mdec/boot to / is fix."
>> Anyway... maybe helpful for others coming across this after an upgrade.
> Yes it is. Thanks for the heads up, bootloader's update is often overlooked 
> during upgrade.
> People are accustomed to "copy kernel, reboot, tar base.tgz" or similar, 
> which is wrong IMHO (misses etcupdate, postinstall...)

But etcupdate, postinstall doesn't help you with updating the bootloader?
AFAIK, only sysinst does this if you do an upgrade…


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