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Re: Livelihood statistics of the SKS keyserver network

From: Andrew Gallagher
Subject: Re: Livelihood statistics of the SKS keyserver network
Date: Thu, 13 May 2021 19:12:01 +0100
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On 13/05/2021 18:16, Gunnar Wolf wrote:
Andrew Gallagher dijo [Thu, May 13, 2021 at 12:34:20PM +0100]:

1. produce a connectivity graph with only working nodes

Added, as "Success" graph.

It purty. :-)

2. ignore localhost and private IPs, they will never work :-)

Of course. But still, it documents a given server works in a clustered
way. Of course they will fail, but who cares? ;-

It messes up your metrics though, because they're not *really* broken. :-)

3. should it not default to port 11371 and fall back to 80?
4. don't plot * in the graph

Right... I could add this bit later on, but then again, it does not
clutter the graph much. AFAICT, It is only a single, starting node,
and no nodes ever point back to it, right?

Erm, no, _not_ matching reality. There are several servers as a

There are also several other nodes that are aliases or redirects, and so appear under more than one name - for example redirects to and is a CNAME for Keeping track of all this will get quite complex. ;-)

Andrew Gallagher

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