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Hi everybody!

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Hello! I'm in the process of becoming part of the sks pool. I'm currently downloading the dump (will
be over in 30 more minutes), then I'll build the database, and after all that, I'll ask for some
peers to gossip with.

My server (sks.buanzo.org both IPv4 and IPv6, dns has both A and AAAA records) is located in
Stratford, London, UK, in a nice datacenter facility with great bandwidth and uptime, so I hope I'll
get peers soon.

Well, about myself: I've been programming since age 8 (I'm 27 now), with GNU/Linux and 'stuff' since
I was 12 (1994). I enjoy programming, hacking up stuff, and I also run a number of NTP servers for
the pool.ntp.org. I created mod_openpgp and Enigform, a set of server (Apache) and client (firefox)
tools that implemented OpenPGP stuff for HTTP (signed requests, and a secure session initiation
method created on top of that, more info in wiki.buanzo.org).

Well, hope that's enough for an introduction :)

I'm available for IM, eMail, etc. Not much of an IRCer.

Bye!

Yours,
Buanzo.
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Re: Hi everybody!

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First of all,

Thanks to everyone that emailed me off-list offering to peer up. :)

Now, I finished downloading the dump, but I'musing Ubuntu, and it fails with a segfault. I know it's
got to do with different versions of libdb (compiled vs runtime), so I upgraded to karmic. Still the
same problem. Ergo, I'm stuck.

SO, should I just  d/l && configure && make && make install?

Yours,

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Re: Re: Hi everybody!

John Clizbe-2
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> First of all,
>
> Thanks to everyone that emailed me off-list offering to peer up. :)
>
> Now, I finished downloading the dump, but I'm using Ubuntu, and it fails with
> a segfault. I know it's got to do with different versions of libdb (compiled
> vs runtime), so I upgraded to karmic. Still the same problem. Ergo, I'm stuck.
>
> SO, should I just  d/l && configure && make && make install?

SKS builds pretty easily. You just need a libdb >= 4.6 and a recent ocaml compiler.

That's what I would do.
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Re: Re: Hi everybody!

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Hi Buanzo,
> Now, I finished downloading the dump, but I'musing Ubuntu, and it
> fails with a segfault.
Where/when exactly do you get the segfault? After starting sks_build.sh?
Does your system run out of memory?

Then try to reduce memory usage by reducing the cache values of sks_build.sh

E.g. if you don't have much RAM:
/usr/sbin/sks build /var/lib/sks/dump/keydump* -n 1 -cache 20

(Change the paths for your needs.)


Cheers,
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Re: Re: Hi everybody!

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Jens Leinenbach wrote:
> Where/when exactly do you get the segfault? After starting sks_build.sh?
> Does your system run out of memory?

See below for a trace.

> E.g. if you don't have much RAM:

root@mx4:/var/lib/sks# free -m
             total       used       free     shared    buffers     cached
Mem:          2012        467       1544          0         19        240
- -/+ buffers/cache:        208       1803
Swap:         3812          0       3812

root@mx4:/var/lib/sks# uname -a
Linux mx4 2.6.31-15-generic-pae #50-Ubuntu SMP Tue Nov 10 16:12:10 UTC 2009 i686 GNU/Linux

CPU: Dual Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU            3065  @ 2.33GHz

Would that be ok?

> /usr/sbin/sks build /var/lib/sks/dump/keydump* -n 1 -cache 20

I tried different values for the parameters, to no avail. From what I read, the problem is related
to two different versions of libdb...

===trace start====
root@mx4:/var/lib/sks# /usr/lib/sks/sks_build.sh
+ ask_mode
+ echo 'Please select the mode in which you want to import the keydump:'
Please select the mode in which you want to import the keydump:
+ echo ''

+ echo '1 - fastbuild'
1 - fastbuild
+ echo '    only an index of the keydump is created and the keydump cannot be'
    only an index of the keydump is created and the keydump cannot be
+ echo '    removed.'
    removed.
+ echo ''

+ echo '2 - normalbuild'
2 - normalbuild
+ echo ''

+ echo '    all the keydump will be imported in a new database. It takes longer'
    all the keydump will be imported in a new database. It takes longer
+ echo '    time and more disk space, but the server will run faster (depending'
    time and more disk space, but the server will run faster (depending
+ echo '    from the source/age of the keydump).'
    from the source/age of the keydump).
+ echo '    The keydump can be removed after the import.'
    The keydump can be removed after the import.
+ echo ''

+ echo -n 'Enter enter the mode (1/2): '
Enter enter the mode (1/2): + read
2
+ case "$REPLY" in
+ mode='build /var/lib/sks/dump/*.pgp'
+ echo '=== Running (fast)build... ==='
=== Running (fast)build... ===
+ /usr/sbin/sks build /var/lib/sks/dump/sks-dump-0000.pgp /var/lib/sks/dump/sks-dump-0001.pgp
/var/lib/sks/dump/sks-dump-0002.pgp /var/lib/sks/dump/sks-dump-0003.pgp
/var/lib/sks/dump/sks-dump-0004.pgp /var/lib/sks/dump/sks-dump-0005.pgp
/var/lib/sks/dump/sks-dump-0006.pgp /var/lib/sks/dump/sks-dump-0007.pgp
/var/lib/sks/dump/sks-dump-0008.pgp /var/lib/sks/dump/sks-dump-0009.pgp
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/var/lib/sks/dump/sks-dump-0184.pgp -n 10 -cache 100
unknown timeout type argument to DB_ENV->rep_get_timeout
/usr/lib/sks/sks_build.sh: line 43:  4106 Segmentation fault      /usr/sbin/sks $mode -n 10 -cache 100
+ fail
+ echo Command failed unexpectedly. Bailing out
Command failed unexpectedly. Bailing out
+ exit
===trace end======

===strace=======
mkdir("/var/lib/sks/DB", 0700)          = 0
time(NULL)                              = 1259535735
stat64("/etc/localtime", {st_mode=S_IFREG|0644, st_size=3661, ...}) = 0
write(4, "2009-11-29 23:02:15 Opening KeyD"..., 43) = 43
write(2, "unknown timeout type argument to"..., 56unknown timeout type argument to
DB_ENV->rep_get_timeout) = 56
write(2, "\n", 1
)                       = 1
- --- SIGSEGV (Segmentation fault) @ 0 (0) ---
getrlimit(RLIMIT_STACK, {rlim_cur=8192*1024, rlim_max=RLIM_INFINITY}) = 0
rt_sigaction(SIGSEGV, {SIG_DFL, [], 0}, NULL, 8) = 0
sigreturn()                             = ? (mask now [])
- --- SIGSEGV (Segmentation fault) @ 0 (0) ---
+++ killed by SIGSEGV +++
===strace end===

Any ideas?
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John Clizbe wrote:
> I ran
>     sks build -n 13 -cache 100 /var/sks/dump/*.pgp

root@mx4:/var/lib/sks# sks build -n 13 -cache 100 /var/sks/dump/*.pgp
unknown timeout type argument to DB_ENV->rep_get_timeout
Segmentation fault

It SIGSEGV's immediately. It's not a RAM problem.

I'll compile sks manually and ignore Ubuntu's packages for it.


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Re: Re: Hi everybody!

Daniel Kahn Gillmor-7
On 11/29/2009 07:03 PM, MailFighter.net Admin wrote:
> root@mx4:/var/lib/sks# sks build -n 13 -cache 100 /var/sks/dump/*.pgp
> unknown timeout type argument to DB_ENV->rep_get_timeout
> Segmentation fault
>
> It SIGSEGV's immediately. It's not a RAM problem.
>
> I'll compile sks manually and ignore Ubuntu's packages for it.

Are you filing bugs about this with ubuntu?  it would be really good for
them to know that their packages are busted (with as much detail as
possible).

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Daniel Kahn Gillmor wrote:
> Are you filing bugs about this with ubuntu?  it would be really good for
> them to know that their packages are busted (with as much detail as
> possible).

It's this Debian bug: http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=535469

It's exactly the same problem:
root@mx4:~# sks recon
unknown timeout type argument to DB_ENV->rep_get_timeout
Segmentation fault
root@mx4:~# sks db
unknown timeout type argument to DB_ENV->rep_get_timeout
Segmentation fault

I felt no need to notify Ubuntu, but I can start working on that if you want.

Yours,

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Re: Re: Hi everybody!

Anakin-Marc Zaeger
Feel free to add my server, as well.  WAN connection is currently
down, so it'll say broken link, but I should be getting that restored
within a week or so.

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> Daniel Kahn Gillmor wrote:
>> Are you filing bugs about this with ubuntu?  it would be really good for
>> them to know that their packages are busted (with as much detail as
>> possible).
>
> It's this Debian bug: http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=535469
>
> It's exactly the same problem:
> root@mx4:~# sks recon
> unknown timeout type argument to DB_ENV->rep_get_timeout
> Segmentation fault
> root@mx4:~# sks db
> unknown timeout type argument to DB_ENV->rep_get_timeout
> Segmentation fault
>
> I felt no need to notify Ubuntu, but I can start working on that if you want.
>
> Yours,
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Hi everybody!

I've compiled by hand (I had to tweak /usr/include/bits/string3.h in Ubuntu 9.10 for it to compile,
just change line 96 from __extern_always_inline to __extern_inline, ugly, but works, remember to
change it back).

I've setup my membership file according to the numerous offers I've received (thank you guys). The
PKS address I've setup is [hidden email] and I've setup sks to run on IPv4 and IPv6.

I'll start testing it right away. Thanks everybody.

Yours,
Buanzo

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MailFighter.net Admin wrote:
> I'll start testing it right away. Thanks everybody.

OK. The logs show that keys are being received, and all 4 membership entries appear to be functional.

What I still need is to configure my mailsync file, and test incoming pks over email.

Also, gpg --keyserver sks.buanzo.org --recv-keys 64011A8B works.

The only errors so far:

2009-11-30 14:02:24 Error fetching key from hash FFD5C0C7664F01D38C370A09FB156111: Not_found

... but those seem to have stopped now. Probably the key got downloaded from another server.

So, all seems fine. I gotta setup the web interface now.

Also, my main interest is to have some sort of XML or machine parseable output over the http
interface, so I can implement a set of features into Enigform.

Yours,
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On 11/30/2009 09:05 AM, MailFighter.net Admin wrote:
> Also, my main interest is to have some sort of XML or machine parseable output over the http
> interface, so I can implement a set of features into Enigform.

The output should already be machine-parseable (though it's not XML).
Have you read David Shaw's I-D which documents the interface?

 http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-shaw-openpgp-hkp-00

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Daniel Kahn Gillmor wrote:
> The output should already be machine-parseable (though it's not XML).
> Have you read David Shaw's I-D which documents the interface?

Lol, I was JUST starting to read it :)

Thank you Daniel.

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Daniel Kahn Gillmor wrote:
> The output should already be machine-parseable (though it's not XML).

OK, so, I want this:

http://sks.buanzo.org:11371/pks/lookup?op=vindex&search=0x025A4EB06857704D

into mr.

But if I add &options=mr, then I get less information. Compare:

http://sks.buanzo.org:11371/pks/lookup?op=vindex&search=0x025A4EB06857704D&options=mr

My interest is in being able to get what keyids have signed a certain key, in a machine parsable format.


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On 11/30/2009 12:22 PM, MailFighter.net Admin wrote:
> My interest is in being able to get what keyids have signed a certain key, in a machine parsable format.

Keyservers can't actually tell you that reliably.  As far as i know, SKS
does no cryptographic validation on the signatures it publishes.

one way to think about this is I might make a key ("X") that is not
uploaded to the keyservers.  but X might be used to certify another key
("Y"), and that certification might be published to the keyservers.
When SKS serves up Y, it should include X's certification, even if it
knows nothing about X.  It *cannot* validate the signature in that case.

Even if the keyserver *did* validation, a cryptographically-secure
application should verify the signatures itself anyway (why trust the
keyserver?).  In addition, most keyservers are accessed in the clear
(there's only one hkps keyserver in existence that i know of), which is
problematic too.

Regards,

        --dkg

PS i'm very interested in what you're working on, as i suspect i've been
thinking over similar things.  If you want to chat off-list about your
project (or direct me to somewhere i can discuss it with you), let me know.


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Daniel Kahn Gillmor wrote:
> PS i'm very interested in what you're working on, as i suspect i've been
> thinking over similar things.  If you want to chat off-list about your
> project (or direct me to somewhere i can discuss it with you), let me know.

Hi Daniel, thanks!

Feel free to use any of this:

eMail ([hidden email] or [hidden email] per your preference)
MSN/Gtalk: [hidden email]
IRC: on demand
Skype: buanzo (I'm currently trying to get skype to work again with ubuntu 9.10!).

http://wiki.buanzo.org has a couple interesting articles.

:)

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> What I still need is to configure my mailsync file, and test incoming pks over email.

Do you know people using PKS?  The subject comes up here regularly
regarding how SKS should behave with regard to PKS.  Their input would
be precious.

> The only errors so far:
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> 2009-11-30 14:02:24 Error fetching key from hash FFD5C0C7664F01D38C370A09FB156111: Not_found

These errors occur frequently and are unarmful and normal. You should
see a couple of line preceding where this particular hash is deleted and
another one added instead.  This is one of your keys being updated and
thus its hash changed (deleted and added).  When the partner that sent
you the updated key tries to fetch the old version you do not have it
anymore thus this error message.

> Also, my main interest is to have some sort of XML or machine parseable output over the http
> interface, so I can implement a set of features into Enigform.

Depending upon your particular needs, adding options=mr (for machine
readable) to op=index may suit you: it outputs plain text.

Kim Minh.


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