memory scrubbing

marty goodoldmarty at gmail.com
Thu Jan 31 08:57:28 PST 2008


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> It can't be from swap. My swap gets a random aes key with each reboot.
> 
> Is it impossible for the last data in video memory to still be there, 
> inactively, after a reboot?
> 
If this does NOT happen on a COLD boot I might suspect the video driver is buggy
and does not properly reset the video subsystem. A logic probe would give that
answer. If you don't have the source to the driver, contact vendor asap.

Marty B.

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