This is a very urgent issue.
I would like to login into JIRA with the following message is displayed: Sorry, an error occurred trying to log you in - please try again.
At present, all AD accounts can not login, including not AD's local account can not login, I would like to ask how to solve this problem?
How I can create a local user from linux shell?
How I can change LDAP setting from linux shell?
Sounds like there's something wrong with the LDAP.
Do not try to fiddle with settings or LDAP on the command line (I think you're already thinking that!) Instead,
Because LDAP setup is complete, it has been working for more than three months without any problems. Now in the absence of any changes in the settings, but can not log in, how to solve this problem?
I was thinking about how to use linux commands to modify LDAP, because I can not login JIRA also can't set up LDAP.
No, please, please read the answer I gave.
You do not know what the problem is, so you can not fix it. Fiddling with LDAP when it's a Jira problem is useless, as is fiddling with Jira when it's an LDAP problem.
Diagnose first, then you will know where to look first for a fix.
The following error message constantly appears:
2018-02-18 22: 58: 25,781 http-bio-8443-exec-18 ERROR anonymous 1378x1000x1 yur3sg 126.96.36.199,172.31.13.131 /rest/gadget/1.0/login [crowd.manager.application.ApplicationServiceGeneric] Directory 'Active Directory server 'is not functional during authentication of' p-samuelmichael '. Skipped.
2018-02-18 22: 58: 25,781 http-bio-8443-exec-18 ERROR anonymous 1378x1000x1 yur3sg 188.8.131.52,172.31.13.131 /rest/gadget/1.0/login [jira.security.login.JiraSeraphAuthenticator] Error occurred while trying to authenticate user 'p-samuelmichael'.
[Root exception is javax.net.ssl.SSLHandshakeException: sun.security.validator.ValidatorException: PKIX path building failed: sun.security.provider.certpath.SunCertPathBuilderException: unable to find valid certification path to requested target]
Jira cannot reach your LDAP server, because it doesn't have a valid certificate to reach it.
If you have changed nothing, then my best guess is the certificate has expired or been revoked by the authority.
The situation looks very much like the following URL: https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/JRASERVER-45367
But my version of Java is: Java (SE) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.8.0_45-b14), will not affect.
Trying to use the following update still does not solve the problem.
I think you've found the right docs there, and they are right, but the cert you have for your LDAP server is wrong because it has been revoked by your network admins, or it has expired. Either way, you need to get a cert that works with your LDAP services. Talk to the admins of that service.
The LDAP service has multiple administrators, but I did not make any changes, not sure if the settings have been changed by other administrators, cause LDAP service key expired, I've fixed this issue, linux base how to check the service key expiration time ?
Thank you very much for your response.
Right, you mean the certificate, not the key (they are different things)
Use openssl to read the certificate, it will give you an expiry date. Or ask the admins who generated it for you.
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