if you're using a self-signed certificate, you have to add it to the JVM
On Monday, 17 October 2016 20:31:57 UTC+2, Evgueni Gordienko wrote:
> Changed permissions to 0444 for cert/key files and 0755 for embracing
> folder - restarted without problem.
> The issue starts when I login via GUI - attached WARN message - see
> attached file.
> Why it refers to my secondary interface (10.0.0.16) and not primary one
> 192.168.17.15 ?
> Please clarify - what could be wrong?
> On Sunday, October 16, 2016 at 11:24:36 PM UTC-7, Jochen Schalanda wrote:
>> Hi Evgueni,
>> On Friday, 14 October 2016 22:32:58 UTC+2, Evgueni Gordienko wrote:
>>> I enabled tls and the file graylog complains about is there and hase
>>> 0777 permissions set but still I get:
>> Access permissions of 0777 (readable, writable, and executable for
>> everyone) are a bit too permissive.
>> The private key and certificate files must simply be readable and the
>> directories must be usable (i. e. readable and executable) by the system
>> user running Graylog (e. g. "graylog" in most cases).
>> You can check this by running namei -l
>> On Sunday, 16 October 2016 17:16:44 UTC+2, Evgueni Gordienko wrote:
>>> But even after that it looks like I'm having same issue as in
>> Which issue is this, specifically?
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