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From Stephan Seitz <>
Subject Re: ./certs/realhostip.keystore in SSVN
Date Wed, 16 Mar 2016 15:06:29 GMT

thank you for your feedback. unfortunately, my problem is not using own
certificates on the SSVM/CPVM. This is already done.

We're missing some newer Root-CA certificates in the keystore, so
therefor some https-download-URL are not working since SSVM doesn't know
about that (even valid) root-CA.

My question is, how to I add root-CA to the keystore (say, an equivalent
to the system-wide "aptitude upgrade ca-certificates").

I think, I could also file a jira ticket but I want to understand the
mechanisms in prior.

Right now, we encounter Problems with D/L URL secured by LetsEncrypt and
some Comodo RSA Roots with SHA256 Intermediates.

I already fixed that by adding the respective certificates to the
keystore, but I assume it's better to get that persistent :)

Oh, and we're running 4.7 w/ 4.6 SSVM/CPVM-template.


- Stephan

Am Mittwoch, den 16.03.2016, 09:22 +0000 schrieb Suresh Sadhu: 
> Please check this link:
> your uploaded certis loaded in the database in keystore table, after upload ssl successful
it recreate ssvm/cpvm with new key .
> regards
> sadhu
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Stephan Seitz [] 
> Sent: Wednesday, March 16, 2016 2:13 PM
> To:
> Subject: ./certs/realhostip.keystore in SSVN
> Hey devs!
> I just added some recent root-CA certificates to running SSVM instances.
> I'ld like to persist this by updating the realhostip.keystore, and can't locate that
keystore file inside the template.vhd.
> Even after searching the git repo, I don't know where this file is deployed from.
> Could someone please shed some light where to find that keystore source?
> Thanks in advance!
> cheers,
> - Stephan
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