Problems changing SSL cert

Our SSL cert is expiring and i'm having trouble importing a new cert. We have a wildcard cert * that we use for all other sites, but i'm getting an error when i try to start up Jira.

I've created a new keystore and imported all new certs (root, intermediate,cert) and then updated server.xml to point at this new keystore. No errors during the keytool import. When i start up atlassian jira service, i'm seeing this error in the catalina log:

SEVERE: Failed to start connector Connector HTTP/1.1-443

LifecycleException: service.getName(): Catalina; Protocol handler start failed: jsse.invalid_ssl_conf

I know this is more of a tomcat issue than jira, but after spending a few hours on this, i'm stuck.

Any help would be appreciated.



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Richie Gee Atlassian Team Jan 24, 2013

Hi there,

I found a documentation for confluence, but I think it is related to your case, maybe you can try referring to it see if it fixed you problem.

Hope this helps, cheers :)

thanks - that confirmed what i found on a tomcat support site

Richie Gee Atlassian Team Feb 07, 2013

You are welcomed :) Have a great day ahead :)

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