Jira not using new certificate

Afternoon,

I've been given a server that is running JIRA 5.1.5 on a Linux OS. The server cert has expired I've updated the KeyStore and TrustStore with the new certificates but when I start jira it is still using the self signed cert. I tried to run config.sh but got a Java error. I commented out the connector information in the server.xml and jira still started using the old cert.

I could really use a hand on this one as I've taken the steps provided in the jira documentation with no success

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Do you have Apache in the front? If so, see whether the cert is referred in the Apache config. 'That' and 'server.xml' are the usual culprits.

Mr. Kuruvilla- -

That's what is strange to me I don't think the SA setup apache I think he just used what came with JIRA. If I stop jira and grep for apache (ps -ef | ) I get nothing back. Their are no settings in the httpd/conf file and no ssl.conf file.

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