On Mon, Oct 3, 2016 at 12:17 PM, <aleksey.maksimov(a)it-kb.ru> wrote:
Wow. I have installed and enabled the service on Hosted Engine VM:
# yum -y install haveged
# service haveged start
# systemctl enable haveged.service
# service haveged status
Redirecting to /bin/systemctl status haveged.service
● haveged.service - Entropy Daemon based on the HAVEGE algorithm
Loaded: loaded (/usr/lib/systemd/system/haveged.service; enabled;
vendor preset: disabled)
Active: active (running) since Mon 2016-10-03 12:56:24 MSK; 2min 12s ago
Main PID: 5304 (haveged)
└─5304 /usr/sbin/haveged -w 1024 -v 1 --Foreground
Oct 03 12:56:24 KOM-AD01-OVIRT1 systemd: Started Entropy Daemon based
on the HAVEGE algorithm.
Oct 03 12:56:24 KOM-AD01-OVIRT1 systemd: Starting Entropy Daemon based
on the HAVEGE algorithm...
Oct 03 12:56:24 KOM-AD01-OVIRT1 haveged: haveged: ver: 1.9.1; arch:
x86; vend: GenuineIntel; build: (gcc 4.8.2 ITV); collect: 128K
Oct 03 12:56:24 KOM-AD01-OVIRT1 haveged: haveged: cpu: (L4 VC);
data: 32K (L2 L4 V); inst: 32K (L2 L4 V); idx: 21/40; sz: 32709/60538
Oct 03 12:56:24 KOM-AD01-OVIRT1 haveged: haveged: tot tests(BA8):
A:1/1 B:1/1 continuous tests(B): last entropy estimate 8.00013
Oct 03 12:56:24 KOM-AD01-OVIRT1 haveged: haveged: fills: 0,
And now after restarting the ovirt-engine.service, first open the web
portal pages is instantaneous!
But now the question arises, in what cases can be a helpful
No idea, I guess ravstack developer wanted to ensure ovirt-engine was
responding before continuing the boot sequence.
03.10.2016, 12:32, "Sandro Bonazzola" <sbonazzo(a)redhat.com>:
> This looks like not enough entropy on the host / guest running
> If you're on Hosted Engine I suggest to install haveged (in EPEL repo)
and run it to ensure enough entropy is available for the VM.
> Adding Simone.
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