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SSL apache certificates refers to the old hostname

Hi All,

Changed the hostname (it's not wise I know but I had to) and recreated
the eDirectory Certificates but still have the SSL apache certificates
with the old hostname. How can these be updated with new hostname? Is
there a way with yast?

Regards,
Jan
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Brunold Rainer Absent Member.
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Re: SSL apache certificates refers to the old hostname

Jan,

is this on oes 2 or oes 1 ?

If oes 2, when you installed the server, did you select to use edir certificates for the web server ?

Here is a thread describing how to export edir certs and using them for apache. Please make a backup copy of any file before overwriting. Apache must be restarted after changing certs.

http://forums.novell.com/novell-product-support-forums/open-enterprise-server/oes-linux/oes-l-linux-web-services/325020-certificate-difficulties.html#post1545889

Rainer
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Re: SSL apache certificates refers to the old hostname

Hi Rainer,

everything went smoothly.

Thanks,
Jan

brunold wrote:
> Jan,
>
> is this on oes 2 or oes 1 ?
>
> If oes 2, when you installed the server, did you select to use edir
> certificates for the web server ?
>
> Here is a thread describing how to export edir certs and using them for
> apache. Please make a backup copy of any file before overwriting. Apache
> must be restarted after changing certs.
>
> http://tinyurl.com/6bjwuz
>
> Rainer
>
>

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Brunold Rainer Absent Member.
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Re: SSL apache certificates refers to the old hostname

Jan,

good to hear that it worked.

Rainer
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