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UA OSP - Invalid host header name or request url domain name

Hello everyone, after succesfully updated the client development enviroment to the version 4.7.0, y proceeded to do the upgrade to the patch 4.7.2 (once i had tried it in my enviroment). Now after upgraded all the modules, including the UA, when i try access the UA with the very well know URL adress and then this error shows up:



So looking in the logs... tomcat shows me no error; but the osp log show me this:



This is the configupdate actual configuration:





I already checked the osp keystore and the tomcat keystore and both have the same CA certificate. Can anyone give me a hand? I already considered do a clean install, but i prefer to avoid this method.
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Sorry, this is the osp log:
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gtejo <gtejo@no-mx.forums.microfocus.com> wrote:
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Sorry, this is the osp log:
[image: https://i.imgur.com/ertQ1rB.png]


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Hi.

I dont think this is your error. Look for SEVERE text in the osp log file.

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The last one here, is the title of the post:

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Anyone has any clue about this error?
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Well, i was stucked so i restored the snapshot point i started the update again. Doing exactly the same steps (and the UA working fine in version 4.7.0) i reach to the same error. I Tried to update the OSP certificate in the Java cacerts of the UA, the Java cacerts of eDirectory and in the tomcat keystore. The error still persist.
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On 4/29/2019 1:24 PM, gtejo wrote:
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> Well, i was stucked so i restored the snapshot point i started the
> update again. Doing exactly the same steps (and the UA working fine in
> version 4.7.0) i reach to the same error. I Tried to update the OSP
> certificate in the Java cacerts of the UA, the Java cacerts of
> eDirectory and in the tomcat keystore. The error still persist.


And tomcat public key into the osp and cacerts keystores.


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They already have those, since before the upgrade the ua was working, they have the same certificates. Now i modified the setenv of the tomcat to set the logging of the OSP in ALL. This is what i see, the error is clear but even if i change the URL in the configupdate i get the same error. Any clue?
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On 4/29/2019 5:16 PM, gtejo wrote:
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> They already have those, since before the upgrade the ua was working,
> they have the same certificates. Now i modified the setenv of the tomcat
> to set the logging of the OSP in ALL. This is what i see, the error is
> clear but even if i change the URL in the configupdate i get the same
> error. Any clue?
> [image: https://i.imgur.com/zftOeWQ.png]


Why would you not paste that as text, instead posting as a screen shot?
You reduce the amount of help you will get by pasting as screen shot.

Does your /etc/hosts define the full DNS name of the server for its IP?

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geoffc;2499018 wrote:
On 4/29/2019 5:16 PM, gtejo wrote:
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> They already have those, since before the upgrade the ua was working,
> they have the same certificates. Now i modified the setenv of the tomcat
> to set the logging of the OSP in ALL. This is what i see, the error is
> clear but even if i change the URL in the configupdate i get the same
> error. Any clue?
> [image: https://i.imgur.com/zftOeWQ.png]


Why would you not paste that as text, instead posting as a screen shot?
You reduce the amount of help you will get by pasting as screen shot.

Does your /etc/hosts define the full DNS name of the server for its IP?


Thanks for the recommendation, next time I'll use the text. Yes it does, the host has the IP of the server and the DNS that IDM uses. What bothers me is that after doing the upgrade, there are the same configurations with which the UA worked before doing it.
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On 4/30/2019 10:04 AM, gtejo wrote:
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> geoffc;2499018 Wrote:
>> On 4/29/2019 5:16 PM, gtejo wrote:
>>>
>>> They already have those, since before the upgrade the ua was working,
>>> they have the same certificates. Now i modified the setenv of the

>> tomcat
>>> to set the logging of the OSP in ALL. This is what i see, the error

>> is
>>> clear but even if i change the URL in the configupdate i get the same
>>> error. Any clue?
>>> [image: https://i.imgur.com/zftOeWQ.png]

>>
>> Why would you not paste that as text, instead posting as a screen shot?
>> You reduce the amount of help you will get by pasting as screen shot.
>>
>> Does your /etc/hosts define the full DNS name of the server for its IP?

>
> Thanks for the recommendation, next time I'll use the text. Yes it does,
> the host has the IP of the server and the DNS that IDM uses.


More sepcificaly, I was asking if the entry looks something like this:

10.1.1.1 serverName servername.acme.com

Not just
10.1.1.1 serverName


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geoffc;2499079 wrote:
On 4/30/2019 10:04 AM, gtejo wrote:
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> geoffc;2499018 Wrote:
>> On 4/29/2019 5:16 PM, gtejo wrote:
>>>
>>> They already have those, since before the upgrade the ua was working,
>>> they have the same certificates. Now i modified the setenv of the

>> tomcat
>>> to set the logging of the OSP in ALL. This is what i see, the error

>> is
>>> clear but even if i change the URL in the configupdate i get the same
>>> error. Any clue?
>>> [image: https://i.imgur.com/zftOeWQ.png]

>>
>> Why would you not paste that as text, instead posting as a screen shot?
>> You reduce the amount of help you will get by pasting as screen shot.
>>
>> Does your /etc/hosts define the full DNS name of the server for its IP?

>
> Thanks for the recommendation, next time I'll use the text. Yes it does,
> the host has the IP of the server and the DNS that IDM uses.


More sepcificaly, I was asking if the entry looks something like this:

10.1.1.1 serverName servername.acme.com

Not just
10.1.1.1 serverName


Yes it does, exactly like this 10.1.1.1 serverName servername.acme.com
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