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Am 16.08.2013 18:24, schrieb Charles-François Natali:
> Well, first we'll have to make the code thread-safe, if we want to
> keep a persistent FD open. Which means we'll have to add a lock, which
> is likely to reduce concurrency, and overall throughput.

Why locking? /dev/urandom is a pseudo char device. You can have multiple
readers on the same fd without any locking. Did you know that Java keeps
one persistent fd to /dev/urandom?
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