I'm pretty new on Jira and Tomcat. We have to update our ssl certificate for an other year with a new COMODORS certificate. We've had a old certificate (GeoTrust) with *.domain.ch which is correct from the naming aspect but expired from the date. - Now we've falsely made one with *domain.ch without the first dot... This should be a wildchart certificate for our domain.ch. - Will this work or can this be the problem for not restarting Jira after this ssl certificate update?
We're running Jira 7.2.4 and Tomcat 8.0.33.
Thanks for your suggestions
No, I think this will not work for you.
*domain.ch is expecting something like:
wwwdomain.ch or abcdomain.ch
So it will not work for www.domain.ch since its another sub-level domain.
But your CA shouldn't issue such a certificate in the first place.
Because you can easily impersonate other domains that don't belong to you.
For e.g. foo-domain.ch etc, (which are clearly not yours)
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