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commit b697d53c29a500bbf7400e2f9ef104dd0321ad50
parent 6fd8d50d5ac63fced89372347d30212226b1eaa1
Author: Joris Vink <joris@coders.se>
Date:   Wed, 11 Jul 2018 10:47:03 +0200

note on urandom

applications/running.md | 8++++++++
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diff --git a/applications/running.md b/applications/running.md @@ -15,6 +15,14 @@ This method is aimed at running in production. You can skip chroot\(\) and privdrops using -n and -r. +### Random + +**Important** If you are running Kore chrooted and privilege seperated (which +you **should** be doing production) Kore will require /dev/urandom to be +created under the chroot environment for both the keymgr and worker processes. + +Failing to do so will make your setup not work. + ### Halting applications When you wish to shutdown your application gracefully you can send a SIGQUIT or SIGTERM signal to the parent process. You can find the PID for this parent process in the pidfile you specified in your configuration.