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From Edward Quick <>
Subject ssl handshake problem
Date Tue, 11 Oct 2011 13:21:20 GMT

I have an ssl handshake issue with an application running on tomcat that talks to an ssl site.
This site renewed their ssl certificate recently, however it was signed with the G5 and G3
intermediate verisign CA certificates which are imported into the java truststore that my
tomcat uses.

If I run a short java program from the command line to connect to the site using tomcat's
truststore it works fine. I'm just wondering if tomcat needs a restart to pick the new certificate
up from this site? Or is there an mbean operation I can invoke to clear this out? Obviously
I'm speculating, but I'm a bit stuck on this and as it's running a live service, it's not
easy to restart.

Thanks for any help.


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