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Re: cprng sysctl: WARNING pseudorandom rekeying.
Date: Fri, 09 Nov 2012 18:53:45 -0500
From: Greg Troxel <gdt%ir.bbn.com@localhost>
FWIW, I agree with the notion that defaults should be at a path that is
~always in root; it's normal to have /var in a separate fileystem (at
least for old-school UNIX types; I realize the kids these days think
there should be one whole-disk fs as /).
It has always made me a trifle nervous that there are various things
such as dhcp clients touching /etc/rc.conf that require / to be
mounted writably. I wonder whether there is some way we could nicely
separate the static essentials of / from the dynamic stuff like
/etc/rc.conf and the boot entropy, in order to keep /, including the
executables of /bin &c. and the bulk of the system configuration,
I suppose a symlink farm pointing into /var might help /etc/rc.conf
and other dynamic parts of the system configuration, provided that
/var get mounted early enough, but that wouldn't help the boot loader
to find entropy in the /var partition.
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