jharris at widomaker.com
Sat May 14 16:44:55 CEST 2005
On Fri, May 13, 2005 at 09:28:33PM +0200, Bjoern Buerger wrote:
> * Francis Gulotta (wizard at roborooter.com) [050513 21:10]:
> > It uses random.sks.keyservcer.penguine.de by default.
> > A random keyserver selection seems like the best idea for me (unless you
> > need to hit one specificly) I can't read german but I'd think this one
> > directs you to a random keyserver.
> > Does anyone know?
> You are right. random.sks.keyservcer.penguine.de contains all
> "green" (available) hosts from the sks keyserver map:
> You will get one of ~ 15-20 Servers.
> All of them should be running (checked twice a day)
> All of them are subkey safe.
Unfortunately, http://184.108.40.206:11371/pks/lookup?op=stats shows
linux-geeks.de is currently unsynchronized (missing ~5000 keys). Also,
http://220.127.116.11:11371/pks/lookup?op=stats shows dannyj.dynip.com
hasn't synchronized for even longer (missing ~25000 keys).
(Fortunately, submitting keys/updates to either of these two servers
will email them to keyserver.kjsl.com (also subkey safe), which will
propagate them to the rest of the keyserver network (without photos).)
Jason Harris | NIC: JH329, PGP: This _is_ PGP-signed, isn't it?
jharris at widomaker.com _|_ web: http://keyserver.kjsl.com/~jharris/
Got photons? (TM), (C) 2004
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