Forum OpenACS Q&A: Re: https is down
Dang. Recompiled nsopenssl, and it was stable for about 6 hours before crashing again. I guess I could always revert to older openssl libs, but am certainly reluctant to do so. If anyone has any ideas, please let me know. My configuration is very similar to Jade's.
For the record, I've included the message I sent to the AOLserver list below.
I'm having trouble resolving an openssl issue. It seems to be related to a recent system update of openssl. At first I thought recompiling nsopenssl against the new openssl libraries would fix the issue, however I am still seeing the problem. The system is: Debian 3.0 OpenSSL 0.9.6c-2 nsopenssl 2.1 (2.1a requires OpenSSL 0.9.7x and higher) AOLserver 3.4.2-1 Once AOLserver starts, nsopenssl will usually remain stable for a couple of hours. It inevitably crashes however, giving the client this error: "ssldomain.com received a message with incorrect Message Authentication Code. If the error occurs frequently, contact the website administrator." The server log reports: "Error: nsopenssl: error -1/1 during SSL handshake" Previous to the update to openssl, nsopenssl had been rock solid. Any suggestions? I hope I'm just stupid and am missing something obvious. Thanks in advance, and thanks already to Scott Goodwin for his previous help.