Hi Joe, no I was not particularly aware of init_server() but I will take a
look. Thanks.

On 16 May 2018 at 18:55, Joe Orton <jor...@redhat.com> wrote:

> On Mon, May 14, 2018 at 08:48:52AM +1000, zzz wrote:
> > Basically my use case is I want to construct (or obtain) an SSL_CTX from
> > another server for an authorization module - partly to avoid having to
> deal
> > directly with loading encrypted certificates myself. Allowing Apache to
> "do
> > it's thing" in that regard, and then pinching the loaded keypair/SSL_CTX
> > from another server_rec saves a lot of hassle, and quite frankly makes it
> > possible.
> >
> > So basically I would like to start a discussion of whether a similar
> > function modssl_load_*server*_keypair() or modssl_load_server_sslctx() is
> > possible.
> Hiya, have you looked at mod_ssl_openssl.h?  The "init_server" optional
> hook might do what you want, you get access to the SSL_CTX * for every
> configured server_rec.  Should be simple extract the keypair from there
> using standard OpenSSL API calls, though be careful with refcounting.
> Regards, Joe

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