Control: severity -1 grave

On Thu, 13 Oct 2016 19:16:56 -0400 Daniel Kahn Gillmor wrote:

> Control: tags 840680 + unreproducible moreinfo
> Control: severity 840680 important

Hello Daniel,
I am another user who's been bitten by this bug.

When the bug report severity was downgraded below the RC threshold,
apt-listbugs removed the pin on my boxes and I upgraded dirmngr.

  [UPGRADE] dirmngr:amd64 2.1.15-3 -> 2.1.15-4
  [UPGRADE] gnupg:amd64 2.1.15-3 -> 2.1.15-4
  [UPGRADE] gnupg-agent:amd64 2.1.15-3 -> 2.1.15-4

Immediately after, I was no longer able to refresh keys from the key
servers:

  $ gpg --keyserver-options no-honor-keyserver-url \
    --import-options repair-pks-subkey-bug \
    --refresh-keys 0x3E1C27E11F69BFFE
  ^C
  gpg: signal Interrupt caught ... exiting

I had to press [Ctrl+C] after a long wait with no output at all.

As soon as I downgraded dirmngr, everything was back to normal:

  # dpkg -i /var/cache/apt/archives/dirmngr_2.1.15-3_amd64.deb \
            /var/cache/apt/archives/gnupg_2.1.15-3_amd64.deb \
            /var/cache/apt/archives/gnupg-agent_2.1.15-3_amd64.deb
  [...]
  # checkrestart 
  Found 1 processes using old versions of upgraded files
  (1 distinct program)
  (1 distinct packages)
  These processes (1) do not seem to have an associated init script to restart 
them:
  dirmngr:
          5074    /usr/bin/dirmngr
  # kill -TERM 5074
  # checkrestart 
  Found 0 processes using old versions of upgraded files
  $ gpg --keyserver-options no-honor-keyserver-url \
    --import-options repair-pks-subkey-bug \
    --refresh-keys 0x3E1C27E11F69BFFE
  gpg: removing stale lockfile (created by 5071)
  gpg: refreshing 1 key from hkp://pool.sks-keyservers.net
  gpg: key 0x3E1C27E11F69BFFE: "Francesco Poli (wintermute) 
<invernom...@paranoici.org>" not changed
  gpg: Total number processed: 1
  gpg:              unchanged: 1


Please do not downgrade the severity of this bug report, until the bug
is fixed (this way apt-listbugs users will be warned about this issue
and will have an opportunity to pin the package, while waiting for a
fix).

Thanks for your time and for the great job in maintaining GnuPG in
Debian!



-- 
 http://www.inventati.org/frx/
 There's not a second to spare! To the laboratory!
..................................................... Francesco Poli .
 GnuPG key fpr == CA01 1147 9CD2 EFDF FB82  3925 3E1C 27E1 1F69 BFFE

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