I tried to load a recent dump, and I got a message true: No such file or
directory, after loading about 3 million keys. I was able to start the
server, but it was obviously significantly behind, so I thought I'd try to do
a merge. That's when I got the following error (trying just two random dump
debian-sks@bminton:~/dump$ sks merge /var/lib/sks/dump/keydump.2018-12-24-0177.pgp /var/lib/sks/dump/keydump.2018-12-24-0222.pgp
Fatal error: exception Sys_error("true: No such file or directory")
This is using sks 1.1.6 on debian unstable on amd64.
I would be glad to find out it's just user error (and if so, I'd like to
request the man page be updated with a better description of the syntax of the
merge command), but I'm not sure. I did run it under strace, and it is
literally trying to open a file called "true", which seems like it's some
config somewhere that is wrong.
In the mean time, my sks server is limping along, trying to load half its keys
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OpenPGP fingerprint = 8213 71DD 4665 CF4F AE20 2206 0424 DC19 B678 A1A9