Keyserver refresh period after gpg --send-keys

Jason Harris jharris at
Thu Feb 22 20:41:32 CET 2007

On Thu, Feb 22, 2007 at 06:33:38PM +0100, Bruno Costacurta wrote:
> On Monday 19 February 2007 17:51:02 Jason Harris wrote:

> > Specifically, these were in a batch update from SKS to onak/OpenPKSD/pks/
> > etc. (all times are TZ=UTC):

> >   2007-02-18 23:02:27.870255691 display_new_sig: new sig 71 by 2E604D51
> > added to 2E604D51 Bruno Costacurta <bruno at costac... 2007-02-18
> > 23:02:27.870319946 display_new_sig: new sig 72 by 2E604D51 added to
> > 2E604D51 pubmb02 <pubmb02 at>

(NB:  Nothing new has been seen by since this entry.)

> Well, I still cannot see any refresh of my keys...sent 4 days ago.
> Should I try again ?

Yes, you need to.  None of the 45 keyservers I just checked had anything
to add to your key., currently part of, isn't
SKS-synchronizing right now, but it does email and didn't have
anything new either.

Right now, your full key in binary form hashes (SHA-1) to:

  144278d5c7c4b138b76800333fe372bff355ee2c        2127    ./
  e17306f3a61d468ad4a436b727c64461a7d4b604        2127    ./

the latter matching on all the SKS servers I checked, except:

  c751fdc463fae7f9525b5ab62a29439f9107683c        1735    ./

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