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Old 1st July 2007, 17:19
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I have a client that bought a new SSL CERT for his site. I have tried to install it for him, but for some weird reason its not accepting. I can paste the cert in under the SSL tab, I select SAVE cert and click SAVE. But then the old cert is still active for the site. I tried to delete the cert and then HTTPS wont work. Then just dumping in the new CERT, but still doesnt work.

How the heck do i get rid of the self signed freekin cert and replace it with the real thing in ISPC?
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Old 1st July 2007, 17:55
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OK, this is a bug then.

I found the problem. It seems like ISPC _does_ save the file into the new www.sitename.com.crt file under /ssl/, though it does not restart apache.

I manually had to HUP apache and it refreshed it's certificates and loaded the new cert, then it worked fine.

I am running ISPC 2.2.12

Or is this fixed in the new version?
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Old 2nd July 2007, 10:41
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Creating a SSL cert works for me in 2.2.14 and the code has not changed since 2.2.12, so I guess its a problem on your server and not a bug. Please check your ispconfig.log file for errors.
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Old 2nd July 2007, 10:49
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Heya,

Creating a self signed is no problem. That restarts apache and installs the cert. Though after you have a self signed certificate and you bought a proper ssl cert, then paste in your bought ssl certificate then hit the "save certificate" tab, and click save, then it does save the new cert in the file, though it does not restart apache.
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Old 2nd July 2007, 19:56
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Which distribution do you use?
Any errors in Apache's error log?
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Old 2nd July 2007, 20:21
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I also confirm that when I installed a real ssl certificate for a website, I needed to reboot myself apache to have the right SSL certificate online
It was on 2.2.12 or 2.2.13 when I installed it, on Debian etch + Apache 2
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Old 2nd July 2007, 21:06
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Which distribution do you use?
Any errors in Apache's error log?
Debian 3.1 AMD64
Nope, no errors.
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