Creation and Expiration timestamp

Werner Koch wk at
Mon Jan 2 11:44:39 CET 2023

On Sun,  1 Jan 2023 15:51, Ingo Klöcker said:

> If you really must know the exact second then use the option --with-colons 
> when listing the keys. The timestamps are given as seconds since Unix epoch. 
> You can use the `date` command to convert this number to your local time.

Or use use --full-timestrings

   Change the format of printed creation and expiration times from just
   the date to the date and time.  This is in general not useful and the
   same information is anyway available in --with-colons mode.  These
   longer strings are also not well aligned with other printed data.

(since 2.3.0)



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