--edit and trustdb

Peter Palfrader peter@palfrader.org
Wed Jan 15 11:08:10 2003

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On Tue, 14 Jan 2003, Werner Koch wrote:

> On Tue, 14 Jan 2003 01:48:15 +0100, Peter Palfrader said:
> > key.  Is there anything I can do to make it run faster (i.e. skip the
> > trustdb update for --edit/--sign-key)?  (waiting for almost two minutes
> > every time is quite a bit annoying[0])
> I always use --no-auto-check-trustdb and run --check-trustdb when
> GnuPG indicates that it should be run.  You can also put a
> gpg --batch --check-trustdb=20
> into cour crontab.

Ah.  I remember having tried that several months back and I think it
didn't convince me then (either it worked not that well or I expected
something else).  Or it was playing with --no-expensive-trust-checks,
I'm not sure.

Now I've tried it again and it seems to be exactly what I want.

Thanks a lot
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