how to store the public keys in a db?

Daniel Kahn Gillmor dkg at
Mon Feb 14 18:52:03 CET 2011

On 02/14/2011 12:35 PM, Werner Koch wrote:
> On Mon, 14 Feb 2011 15:20, dkg at said:
>> processor, 1GiB RAM), but it's bad enough that i've taken the step of
>> setting no-auto-check-trustdb, and running --check-trustdb manually from
>> a nightly cronjob.  otherwise, with the amount of signed and/or
> Sure; I always forget about this because I use this since I implemented
> the stuff.  However, making --no-auto-check-trustdb the default is not a
> good idea because many users might have problems setting up a cronjob.

I agree.  and frankly, the nightly cronjob isn't really what i want
either; i'd like gpg to pick up the validity of a key's user ID as soon
as it sees the new key, without waiting a day or manually-invoking the
minutes-long check-trustdb.

Do you expect that we'll be able to run with auto-check-trustdb once you
make the transition to keybox?


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