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Re[2]: SSL problem

From: Klemen Vodopivec
Subject: Re[2]: SSL problem
Date: Tue, 25 Feb 2003 09:40:00 +0100


Monday, February 24, 2003, 11:06:19 PM:

CH> On Sat, 22 Feb 2003, Klemen Vodopivec wrote:

>> When I start monit it complains "Found 0 certificates", but I am able
>> to connect to the server and view certificate info.

CH> No complaining! (-:  You are not using any client certificates.  I should
CH> change the message!

>> Although, in syslog it shows up
>> "monit: Openssl engine error during update_ssl_cert_data():
>> error:00000000:lib(0):func(0):reason(0)"
>> Any clue what could be wrong?

CH> Looks to me like a "no-error".  See all these zeroes... looks like I have
CH> called an error handler when it was not supposed to be. )-:  I gonna fix
CH> it as soon as I goona be back from the business trip.

CH> What OS and what openssl version are you using?  Is the certificate self
CH> certified or CA certified?

Debian 3.0 Woody with openssl 0.9.6c
I used 'Generation of a "pemfile":' section of README.SSL to create
certificates, so I guess it is not self signed.

About errors, once I even got 1409E0E5:SSL error, but have no access
to the machine now to see the logs. Anything helpful?

Thanks, Klemen

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