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From "Conway Liu" <>
Subject SSL Certificate Update Not Reflected on the Website
Date Mon, 09 Jan 2012 10:19:11 GMT


We used to use Thawte for our SSL certificate. Today I installed new SSL
certificate issued by VeriSign and there were no errors. The primary and
secondary intermediate CAs both imported into the keystore file properly,
and then the SSL issued by VeriSign imported as well. I updated the
server.xml to indicate the new keystore file with the keystore password.
Started Tomcat, checked the log files and there were no errors. But when I
browse to the website, it is still saying the SSL has expired and it's
showing the one issued by Thawte.


I tried to put an incorrect keystore password in server.xml and Tomcat did
generate errors in the log file, which means Tomcat is looking at the
correct keystore file.


We have also tried to reboot the server in case the old SSL was cached
somewhere but that didn't help.


Does anyone have any suggestion where might be wrong?


Thank you very much


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