Re: Cyrus and SSL

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On Dec 8, 2006, at 12:42 PM, Craig White wrote:

On Fri, 2006-12-08 at 05:28 -0500, [email protected] wrote:
This is the error I get when I try to connect to cyrus-imapd using ssl.
Dec 8 05:22:43 master[15783]: about to exec /usr/lib/cyrus-imapd/
Dec  8 05:22:43 imaps[15768]: accepted connection
Dec  8 05:22:43 imaps[15783]: executed
Dec  8 05:22:43 imaps[15768]: unable to get certificate from '/etc/
Dec  8 05:22:43 imaps[15768]: TLS server engine: cannot load cert/key
Dec  8 05:22:43 imaps[15768]: error initializing TLS
Dec  8 05:22:43 imaps[15768]: Fatal error: tls_init() failed
Dec  8 05:22:43 imaps[15768]: DBERROR db4: Database handles remain at
environment close
Dec 8 05:22:43 imaps[15768]: DBERROR db4: Open database handle: / var/
Dec  8 05:22:43 imaps[15768]: DBERROR: error exiting application:
Invalid argument
Dec  8 05:22:43 master[15756]: process 15768 exited, status 75
Dec  8 05:22:43 master[15756]: service imaps pid 15768 in BUSY state:
terminated abnormally

If I don't use SSL it works fine. I even tried creating my own certs
and it's just the same.
Please help.
TLS server engine: cannot load cert/key data is certainly a problem but evidently there is also something very wrong with /var/lib/imap/ tls_sessions.db
you might want to delete that file and restart cyrus-imapd so it
gets recreated. I would presume that it like all other things cyrus-
imapd should be cyrus:mail ownership and in checking on my system,
that file is 600.
you might want to check dmesg/syslog/audit.log to see if selinux is
involved in /var/lib/imap/tls_sessions.db issue too.
SeLinux is turned off. I deleted /var/lib/imap/tls_sessions.db and
cyrus created a new one. I created the certs for cyrus, changed
ownership to cyrus:mail and did chmod 600. I'm still having the same

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