[ic] Immediate and massive problem - GPG failing across
racke at linuxia.de
Tue Mar 8 00:06:12 EST 2005
On Tue, 8 Mar 2005 12:23:13 +0800
"Cameron G" <ritontor at icenet.com.au> wrote:
> Hi everyone, I'm in a panic and I'm hoping someone can help me, I have no
> idea what is going on.
> GPG is failing to encrypt the order across every site we're running on a
> particular server. It worked *perfectly* well up until the machine got
> rebooted (was testing that it'd come back up for an imminent server move).
> This is the error log:
> (ip address) w38LUJ4W:(ip address) - [08/March/2005:04:45:13 +0000] catalog
> /cgi-bin/catalog/process.html PGP hard failure, command th
> at failed: gpg --batch --always-trust -e -a -r 'AF818985'
> >/var/lib/interchange/catalog/tmp/pgp.w38LUJ4W.16670.out 2>/var/lib/int
> The temp file reads:
> gpg: fatal: //.gnupg: can't create directory: Permission denied
> secmem usage: 0/0 bytes in 0/0 blocks of pool 0/32768
> Ok, so, where the hell is it getting that path? Why is it trying to create a
> directory? This is failing on more than one site, so it's clearly an issue
> with GPG itself, but how can cleanly resetting a computer nuke this sort of
> thing? I'm googling like mad to work out how all this fits together, but
> right now, I'm in trouble. Anyone have a better idea about GPG that can help
> shed some light on this for me?
That looks like that the home directory for the Interchange user is / !?
You may set the GPG directory explicitly in your Interchange startup script:
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