Hello Frank,

in openssl 1.1.x the output of the openssl command has changed. Assuming
your mentioned piler installation is older than 2020-10-17, then I suggest to try updating system/helper/TrustedTimestamps.php from the master branch,
and let's see how it goes.


On 2021-04-06 16:50, Frank Schmitz wrote:
Hello all,

I had to perform an Ubuntu Upgrade to 18.04 on a server running an
older version of piler.

The update ran without any problems, but the piler Web-GUI seems to be

I get the following error in the apache log (pseudo anonymized):

[Tue Apr 06 16:35:53.008548 2021] [php7:error] [pid 14368] [client
xxx:64562] PHP Fatal error:  Uncaught Exception: Systemcommand failed:
Using configuration from /usr/lib/ssl/openssl.cnf, Verification: OK in
trace:\n#0 /var/www/xxx/htdocs-ssl/model/search/message.php(512):
'MIIVSzADAgEAxxx...', '1617716xxx', '/var/piler/free...')\n#1
ModelSearchMessage->verify_message('40000000606xxx8...', 'Return-Path:
<s...')\n#3 /var/www/xxx/htdocs-ssl/controller/message/view.php(79):
ModelSearchMessage->extract_message('40000000606cxxx...', '')\n#4
/var/www/xxx/htdocs-ssl/system/front.php(14): Fro in
/var/www/xxx/htdocs-ssl/system/helper/TrustedTimestamps.php on line

I see that TrustedTimestamps.php throws an exception, but I don't
understand why...
It says "Verification: OK" which should indicate that everything has
gone well, right?

openssl is installed (1.1.1), the cron job signing messages using
TrustedTimestamps.php is also running fine.

But using the gui throws an exception...

Help anyone?

Kind regards
Frank Schmitz

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