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ssl tests README and certs

Dave Cramer-4
in src/test/ssl the README suggest that the Makefile can be used to recreate the ssl directory, however there are no rules to create *_ca.crt|key. Am I missing something ?


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Re: ssl tests README and certs

Heikki Linnakangas
On 14/09/18 18:49, Dave Cramer wrote:
> in src/test/ssl the README suggest that the Makefile can be used to
> recreate the ssl directory, however there are no rules to create
> *_ca.crt|key. Am I missing something ?

The README says:

> For convenience, all of these keypairs and certificates are included in the
> ssl/ subdirectory. The Makefile also contains a rule, "make sslfiles", to
> recreate them if you need to make changes.

I just tested it again, and sure enough "make sslfiles" recreates them.
You'll need to remove the old ones first, though, with "make
sslfiles-clean" or just "rm ssl/*". As usual with "make", it won't
recreate and overwrite existing files, if they already exist.

- Heikki

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Re: ssl tests README and certs

Dave Cramer-4



On Sun, 16 Sep 2018 at 14:41, Heikki Linnakangas <[hidden email]> wrote:
On 14/09/18 18:49, Dave Cramer wrote:
> in src/test/ssl the README suggest that the Makefile can be used to
> recreate the ssl directory, however there are no rules to create
> *_ca.crt|key. Am I missing something ?

The README says:

> For convenience, all of these keypairs and certificates are included in the
> ssl/ subdirectory. The Makefile also contains a rule, "make sslfiles", to
> recreate them if you need to make changes.

I just tested it again, and sure enough "make sslfiles" recreates them.
You'll need to remove the old ones first, though, with "make
sslfiles-clean" or just "rm ssl/*". As usual with "make", it won't
recreate and overwrite existing files, if they already exist.

Ya I jumped the gun on this one. Once sorry for the noise 

Dave Cramer