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From Ruediger Pluem <>
Subject Re: ssl related test failures
Date Mon, 09 Nov 2009 19:49:20 GMT

On 11/09/2009 08:34 PM, Stefan Fritsch wrote:
> On Monday 09 November 2009, Jeff Trawick wrote:
>>>>  and see how they fail?  Like:
>>>> t/TEST ... -verbose t/ssl/basicauth.t
>>>> should get you some more insight.  Also, which platform?
>>> This is Debian unstable with the Debian openssl. It seems to
>>> complain about an expired CRL.
>> this is a test framework tree you've had for a while?  the certs
>>  will expire after a while (30 days perhaps?)
>> does "t/TEST -clean" force the certs to be generated next time you
>>  run the tests?  (you can see the openssl output scroll by)
> Thanks, that was the right hint. With a new svn checkout of the 
> framework, all tests pass and "t/TEST -clean" or "make clean" cleans 
> the certs.
> For some reason, the cleaning of the certs does not work with the old 
> tree. I don't think I am interested enough in the problem right now to 
> debug it, though.

I noticed as well that from time to time for whatever reason t/TEST -clean
doesn't clean the certificates. But as a fresh checkout fixes this I haven't
had the energy so far to look deep into this.



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