[GLASSFISH-20764] Remove GTE CyberTrust Solutions's expired certificate from CA DB Created: 15/Aug/13 Updated: 03/Jun/14 Resolved: 20/May/14
|Affects Version/s:||188.8.131.52, 4.0|
|Reporter:||Jay Xu||Assignee:||Nithya Ramakrishnan|
|Remaining Estimate:||Not Specified|
|Time Spent:||Not Specified|
|Original Estimate:||Not Specified|
GTE CyberTrust Solutions's certificate expires this morning, which blocks GF's startup, pls remove it from CA DB
|Comment by zeto [ 28/Aug/13 ]|
To remove the "GTE Cybertrust Solutions" certificate from cacerts.jks file of your domain you can use the keytool:
|Comment by Tim Quinn [ 28/Aug/13 ]|
Kyle noticed this message appearing in the CTS tests for 4.0 when running an app client. (The command line specified truststore-related properties.) The tests succeed as expected anyway, but the same message is showing up in the output.
I've updated the affected-versions list accordingly. Note that for Kyle and me both the 4.0 server started successfully.
|Comment by dzusik12 [ 27/Sep/13 ]|
Reinstall glassfish and it works then.
//edit: after some runs, it not works again.
//edit2: this is partly solution for the time, until glassfish developers will repair server
|Comment by Ed Bratt [ 20/May/14 ]|
Jeff, this has been marked Must Fix for 4.0.1. Please evaluate.
|Comment by Nithya Ramakrishnan [ 20/May/14 ]|
This issue has already been fixed in revision 63173.