Daniel Micay a13db3fc68 initialize size class CSPRNGs from init CSPRNG
This avoids making a huge number of getrandom system calls during
initialization. The init CSPRNG is unmapped before initialization
finishes and these are still reseeded from the OS. The purpose of the
independent CSPRNGs is simply to avoid the massive performance hit of
synchronization and there's no harm in doing it this way.

Keeping around the init CSPRNG and reseeding from it would defeat the
purpose of reseeding, and it isn't a measurable performance issue since
it can just be tuned to reseed less often.
2019-04-15 06:50:24 -04:00

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#ifndef RANDOM_H
#define RANDOM_H
#include "chacha.h"
#include "util.h"
#define RANDOM_RESEED_SIZE (256U * 1024)
struct random_state {
unsigned index;
unsigned reseed;
chacha_ctx ctx;
void random_state_init(struct random_state *state);
void random_state_init_from_random_state(struct random_state *state, struct random_state *source);
void get_random_bytes(struct random_state *state, void *buf, size_t size);
u16 get_random_u16(struct random_state *state);
u16 get_random_u16_uniform(struct random_state *state, u16 bound);
u64 get_random_u64(struct random_state *state);
u64 get_random_u64_uniform(struct random_state *state, u64 bound);