Re: Extremely poor performance crunching random numbers under PIV-FC5

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On Fri, 2006-05-19 at 10:20 -0400, Jakub Jelinek wrote:
> On Fri, May 19, 2006 at 04:16:40PM +0200, BankHacker wrote:
> > Jakub, I have tried to do what you propose but the following code is
> > throwing an error in execution time:
[...]
> > 		memset(randomdataState, 0, sizeof(*randomdataState));
> 
> And you dereference the uninitialized pointer here ^^^.

Umm, just to be pedantic, sizeof will happily return
the number of bytes required to store 'struct random_data'.  It doesn't
need to dereference anything.  eg. "sizeof(struct random_data)"

The problem is with:

> random_r(randomdataState, &nRandom);

in which random_r() uses (and dereferences) the uninitialized
randomdataState.

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