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From Ted To <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Apache serving up default certificate for certain domains
Date Sun, 17 Jan 2016 16:36:08 GMT
So having run httpd -S, I can see that for port 443,

         default server (/etc/httpd/conf.d/ssl.conf:68)

shows up (which is not right) but then shows up again:

         port 443 namevhost

Looking in /etc/httpd/conf.d, I see that there is an ssl.conf.rpmnew.
Do I need to merge in changes from the new default configuration?


On 01/16/2016 07:44 PM, Yehuda Katz wrote:
> Maybe the updated openssl doesn't like something about your certificates.
> Does Apache have any warnings or notices when it starts up?
> Try running httpd -S which lists all the vhosts Apache has and see if it
> matches what you expect.
> You may also see the errors from that command (tested on RHEL 7 - not
> quite the same as Centos, but should be pretty close).
> - Y
> On Sat, Jan 16, 2016 at 3:18 PM, Ted To <
> <>> wrote:
>     Hi,
>     Up until roughly a week ago, my VPS web server was working properly.
>     From what I can see, the only change is that nss, nss-tools, openssl and
>     gnutls were updated.  On Monday, Jan 11, I noticed that I was getting an
>     SSL error when running "svn up".  When trying to open the url in a web
>     browser, the page would not open but I could open it with w3m by
>     accepting the certificate -- I was directed to the default CentOS apache
>     start page.  The strange thing is that it only happens for a minority of
>     my domains/subdomains.
>     I am running Apache 2.4.6 on a Centos 7 box.
>     Any thoughts/suggestions for what could be going on here?
>     Thanks in advance!
>     Ted To
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