RAS config issue
Our central is running in DNS LB mode and trying to install RAS, it is failing at Registering RAS component, attached is the screenshot.
I have provided the LB DNS URL while installing the RAS, could you please assist me to resolve the issue.
Browse to the URL you're trying to use in the installer
Open the certificate
Do you see the host in the certificate as you're entering it on the installer... or do you see it in a different format - use the format in the cert
i.e. if it contains https://google.com:8443/oo and you're using https://google:8443 it'll fail.
if the LB URL isnt part of the cert - you'll need to regenerate so that it is
Thank you for the reply.
Central cluster has two node, Host 1 and Host 2 and i try accessing the URL using the LB host name (VIP) and i see that the hostname of HOST2.
Suppose if i use the URL of host2 while installing the RAS, will it support when the host 1 goes done please suggest.
The SSL needs to be generated by a trusted certificate authority.
When its generated the SAN should include both node names FQDN and the Load Balancer FQDN
unfortunately, you won't be able to edit the currently generated certificate as if it were a text document. whatever team provided the SSL needs to regenerate.
If you're using a self-signed certificate - I would suggest registering the RAS during install directly against one of the Centrals and then update the configuration after successful installation to point to the load balancer and setting to ignore SSL
we are using self signed certificate, we have installed.
As suggest we have registered the RAS to the first central and it is successful. we also able to run using the ras.
Now i have no idea how to update the certificate, could you please suggest, i have one day time to complete the task, i request once again please suggest.
if you're only using self signed in the env theres no point in updating the cert
sorry for the delay - didnt see this until now
c:\Program Files\Micro Focus\Operations Orchestration\ras\conf\ras-wrapper.conf