Quanah Gibson-Mount wrote:
Latest cyrus-sasl 2.1.25 introduces a new mechanism called SCRAM.
other mechanisms, SCRAM generates entropy as soon as the cyrus-sasl library is
loaded. This is a problem because cyrus-sasl defaults to using /dev/random
instead of /dev/urandom when it loads up. I was having numerous test failures
until gdb'ing slapd and finding it was stuck initializing SCRAM while starting
If you rebuild cyrus-sasl to use /dev/urandom (They thankfully have a
configure switch for it), things'll work a lot more smoothly.
Seems this might be the cause for (closed) ITS#7069 and ITS#7070.