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I am having some issues with Apache on my server. It just seems to hang
forever some times. I found this article:

http://sitening.com/blog/2006/02/03/apache-hangs-due-to-lack-of-entropy/

and read the linked article, but my hardware doesn't support hw_random so I
can't use that solution.

I did:

# service random restart

and now Apache seems to be working faster, but it could be a fluke because
sometimes it just works okay, and other times it doesn't.

Any info or insight would be greatly appreciated. I've thought of just adding
a cron job that restarts random every 30 minutes or so...

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