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Looking for peers

Hi,

Some days ago I set up two new SKS servers in Brazil and South Africa:
keyserver.br.nucli.net 11370 # Juan Francisco Lladó Sabater
<jf.llado@...> 0x010F28D60588A1E6
keyserver.za.nucli.net 11370 # Juan Francisco Lladó Sabater
<jf.llado@...> 0x010F28D60588A1E6

They are already synced and included in the pool but I'm looking for a
few new peers.

Could you please add (at least) one of them to your configuration?

Thank you,
Xisco.

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Juan Francisco Lladó Sabater
  jf.llado@...

Hi,

Some days ago I set up two new SKS servers in Brazil and South Africa:
keyserver.br.nucli.net 11370 # Juan Francisco Lladó Sabater
<jf.llado@...> 0x010F28D60588A1E6
keyserver.za.nucli.net 11370 # Juan Francisco Lladó Sabater
<jf.llado@...> 0x010F28D60588A1E6

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Henning Kopp | 14 Jul 09:00 2014
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Keydump

Dear Admin,

Is it possible to get a keydump of all gpg-keys? Are there any usage
restrictions? What would the size of the data be?

I am a Phd student and want to do some research on gpg-keys. Perhaps
you know about factorable (https://factorable.net/) where some
researchers scanned the internet for ssl/tls-certificates. They tried
some trivial factorization methods, like computing gcd, etc. and had
success. Also many of the keys were the same due to embedded devices,
having not enough entropy.
I want to do the same or something similar on gpg-keys. Do you know
of any research which was already done?

Best regards
Henning Kopp

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Seeking peers for keyserver.nucli.net

Hi,

I've set up my first SKS server, keyserver.nucli.net, and I am looking
for peering with some of yours.

Some data about it...
SKS version: 1.1.4
Recon port: 11370
HTTP ports: 11371, 80 (will ask for cert to be included in HKPS pool in
a few days - port 443)
Reverse proxy: nginx on ports 11371 and 80.
Pre-loaded keys: 3668752 (Stats at
http://keyserver.nucli.net/pks/lookup?op=stats)
IP: Only IPv4 at this moment.
Machine: OpenVZ container in a dedicated server (no public cloud or
infrastructure)
Location: France (OVH). Managed from Spain.

If you agree in peer arrangement, please include
keyserver.nucli.net 11370 # Juan Francisco Lladó Sabater
<jf.llado@...> 0x010F28D60588A1E6
in your config file and let me know yours.

Thank you,
Xisco.

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Juan Francisco Lladó Sabater
  jf.llado@...

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Jonathan Zhang | 13 Jul 06:29 2014
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(no subject)

Guys,

Got some more disk space and I decided to make keydumps daily. The dumps aren't compressed and it's available at https://key.bbs4.us/dump or http://key.bbs4.us/dump. My actual dumping process (not copying DB) only takes about 2 minutes. Is that right? Can anybody check if I made any mistake? Also, any comments are welcome.

Best regards,
Jonathan

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Horváth Dávid | 11 Jul 10:15 2014
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keyserver.dacr.hu down

Hi,

my DB is corrupted, so I rebuild from dump.

David

Klaus-Uwe Mitterer | 10 Jul 16:23 2014

Peering Request

Hi,

I have set up a new key server with a key dump that's roughly a week old. Looks like it's running properly now,
so I'm looking for others to peer with. Could you please add me to your membership file? I'll do the same if
you send me your details.

keys.klaus-uwe.me 11370 # Klaus-Uwe Mitterer<info@...>  0x8CEC4BD8

All the best

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David Benfell | 8 Jul 21:45 2014

dumps taking progressively *much* longer

Hi all,

I'm noticing that sks dumps are taking a *very* long time, much longer than  
when I first started doing them.

The one this morning took about 2.5 hours. At first, they were taking more  
like a half hour.

I'm guessing that the database has not grown by five times in the few  
months that I've been doing this. Is there some housekeeping that can be  
done on the database to keep this reasonable? (I've tried the sks-burp  
script.)

Thanks!

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attachment.
Hi all,

I'm noticing that sks dumps are taking a *very* long time, much longer than  
when I first started doing them.

The one this morning took about 2.5 hours. At first, they were taking more  
like a half hour.

I'm guessing that the database has not grown by five times in the few  
months that I've been doing this. Is there some housekeeping that can be  
done on the database to keep this reasonable? (I've tried the sks-burp  
script.)

Thanks!

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Matthias Schreiber | 5 Jul 17:09 2014
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Looking for peers for sks.openpgp-keyserver.de


Hello everyone,

I'm looking for peers for my new SKS keyserver
sks.openpgp-keyserver.de. It runs with SKS 1.1.5, has IPv4 as well as
IPv6 connectivity and listens on port 80 and 11371 behind a reverse
proxy.

The keyserver already has the latest number of keys as I already peer
with my other server, see also
http://sks.openpgp-keyserver.de:11371/pks/lookup?op=stats

Please feel free to add the following line to your membership file and
give me a hint in order to add yours to mine:

sks.openpgp-keyserver.de 11370  # Matthias Schreiber
<schreiber-matti@...>  0x586A2E13F52616561BFC32C95B964AE610D49726

Those who aren't already involved, are also invited to add my other
keyserver for peering:

keyserver.matteoswelt.de 11370  # Matthias Schreiber
<schreiber-matti@...>  0x586A2E13F52616561BFC32C95B964AE610D49726

For operational issues etc., please contact me directly.

Greetings,
Matthias
Martin A. | 26 Jun 16:06 2014

Re: Seeking peers for pgp.archreactor.org


Hi Travis,

yeah was working on the server... but now it should run again ;-)

 -Martin

On 06/26/2014 03:52 PM, Travis wrote:
> 
> Martin,
> 
> I don't seem to be able to access your instance.  Are you currently
> working on it?
> 
> Travis
> 
> On 06/26/2014 08:42 AM, Martin A. wrote:
>> Hi Travis,
> 
>> added your server to my membership file please also do this with 
>> my server
> 
>> sks.static.lu 11370 # Martin Albus <info@...> 0xEF3D2226
> 
>> -Martin
> 
>> On 06/12/2014 06:23 PM, Travis wrote:
>>> Sorry if this is a dupe, never received confirmation from the 
>>> first
> email.
>>> 
>>> pgp.archreactor.org 11370 # Travis Megee <twmegee@...> 
>>> 0xdd6017f142b7c552
>>> 
>>> Thanks.
>>> 
>>> _______________________________________________ Sks-devel 
>>> mailing list Sks-devel@... 
>>> https://lists.nongnu.org/mailman/listinfo/sks-devel
> 
> 
Fabian 'otih' Fingerle | 26 Jun 08:28 2014
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seeking peers for sks.cthn.de

Hi,

I am looking for peers for a new SKS keyserver installation.

I am running SKS version 1.1.5, on sks.cthn.de .
We are a group of german hackers (part of the chaos computer club -
ccc - family) and running this sks on a private server. The server is
physically located in Falkenstein (DE). The machine has IPv6
connectivity.

I have loaded a keydump from ftp.prato.linux.it, dated 2014-06-25.
I see 3658076 keys loaded.

For operational issues, please contact me directly.

Thank you,
-Fabian 'otih' Fingerle

Matt Rude | 21 Jun 21:10 2014

Seeking peers for keyserver.mattrude.com

Greetings,

I am looking for peers for a new SKS keyserver installation.

I am running SKS version 1.1.4, on keyserver.mattrude.com running Ubuntu
14.04 LTS (Trusty Tahr). The server is physically located in Chicago,
Illinois, USA. This machine has IPv6 connectivity.

I have loaded a keydump from ftp.prato.linux.it, dated 2014-06-18. I see
3652449 keys loaded. The status of the server may be found at
http://keyserver.mattrude.com/pks/lookup?op=stats and is setup behind a
nginx web server.

For operational issues, please contact me directly.

keyserver.mattrude.com 11370 # Matt Rude <matt@...> 0xDD23BF73

Thanks
-Matt Rude

Greetings,

I am looking for peers for a new SKS keyserver installation.

I am running SKS version 1.1.4, on keyserver.mattrude.com running Ubuntu
14.04 LTS (Trusty Tahr). The server is physically located in Chicago,
Illinois, USA. This machine has IPv6 connectivity.

I have loaded a keydump from ftp.prato.linux.it, dated 2014-06-18. I see
3652449 keys loaded. The status of the server may be found at
http://keyserver.mattrude.com/pks/lookup?op=stats and is setup behind a
nginx web server.

For operational issues, please contact me directly.

keyserver.mattrude.com 11370 # Matt Rude <matt@...> 0xDD23BF73

Thanks
-Matt Rude


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