storing gpg keys on a database

Robert J. Hansen rjh at
Mon Jan 19 16:12:40 CET 2009

Werner Koch wrote:
> Alternatively store the fingerprint and then use the fingerprint to
> specify the key or to extract it.

This is O(n) lookup, isn't it?  If Ramon is looking at a db or a custom
solution, I was assuming he needed something a lot faster.  But yes, if
O(n) is good enough, the right thing to do is to just let GnuPG handle it.

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