We are uploading new ssl certificate root and intermediate on ump but its failing as the old one already exist. Please how can i remove the old root n intermediate certificates? so i will import new cert
There are a couple of things you can do:
1. You can use the keytool to delete the certificates (similar to importing them). First you will want to use keytool -list to list the aliases in the keystore, then delete them as in the following example (which shows deleting the 'wasp' alias certificate):
keytool -delete -alias wasp -keystore wasp_keystore.jks.
2. You can stop the wasp probe, delete the existing keystore, and restart wasp. Then, use the Probe Utility (CTRL+P in infrastructure manager) to run the callback called "ssl_reinitalize_keystore" vs. the wasp probe. This will generate a new keystore (you must provide a new password.)
thanks for support
I'm getting an error 'keytool' is not recognised .
Do u mean to delete wasp.keystore file which is present in
On 30-Jan-2017 8:54 pm, "JAllen11" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
The keytool will be located on the UMP server in a folder like :
The wasp.keystore will be in /probes/service/wasp/conf/
You will probably have to specify the exact path(s).
ok i will go for the second option. i will stop wasp and delete
On 30-Jan-2017 10:14 pm, "JAllen11" <email@example.com>