Invalid CMS Security Certificate

Publication Date:  2015-06-29 Views:  140 Downloads:  0
Issue Description
During the CMS security certificate installation, an error message is displayed indicating an invalid certificate, as shown in Figure 9-2.
Figure 9-2 Invalid CMS security certificate
Handling Process
To ensure that the CMS security certificate is valid, it is recommended that you make a new CMS security certificate.
If you are sure that the CMS security certificate is valid, upload the CMS security certificate to the specified directory.
 If only one CMS server is deployed in a single-node system
Export the newly made CMS security certificate and upload it to CMS_Release/webapps/CMS/ssl.
keytool -keystore tomcatKeyStore -export -alias eSpaceCMS -file bmecert.cer
cp -r bmecert.cer /home/cms/CMS_Release/webapps/CMS/ssl
For details, see Creating a Security Certificate.
 If several CMS servers are deployed in a cluster
Export the newly made CMS security certificate and upload it to CMS_Release/webapps/CMS/ssl on each CMS server.
openssl req -x509 -days 3650 -key server.key -in server.csr > server.crt
put /opt/lb/conf/server.crt /home/cms/CMS_Release/webapps/CMS/ssl/bmecert.cer

To upload a file to a CMS server, remotely connect to the CMS server first.
For details, see Uploading the CMS Security Certificate to a CMS Server.
If the fault still persists, obtain help through the channels described in Help Channels.
Root Cause
 The CMS security certificate is not uploaded to CMS_Release/webapps/CMS/ssl.
 The CMS security certificate that has been uploaded to CMS_Release/webapps/CMS/ssl is invalid.

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