If I understand the issue correctly – it sounds like the blocking issue
is caused by insufficient entropy in /dev/random.
Despite the security implications – Is it possible to force use of
urandom on Linux?
On 05/24/2013 10:06 AM, Joshua Timberman wrote:
Sending on behalf of Joan Touzet:
Hey everyone, long time listener, first time caller here.
I’ve been stymied by this issue for a
while:http://tickets.opscode.com/browse/CHEF-2944 Long story short, a
pernicious Ruby bug means that if you talk to chef-server via SSL, you
can end up hanging chef-client forever. The gory details are in the
Thoughts I have heard for fixing it include a monkey-patch (but what
about Ruby 2.0?) and “not running chef over https” which is,
unfortunately, not an option.
What else could be done, if anything?
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