Yup, that did it.I just replaced the TrustedTimestamps.php with the newest from the master branch and it worked again. Thanks for the help!
Frank Am Dienstag, 6. April 2021, 18:36:56 MESZ hat <s...@acts.hu> Folgendes geschrieben: 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. Janos 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 > "broken". > > 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 > /var/www/xxx/htdocs-ssl/system/helper/TrustedTimestamps.php:186\nStack > trace:\n#0 /var/www/xxx/htdocs-ssl/model/search/message.php(512): > TrustedTimestamps::validate('1c79bef0265fxxx...', > 'MIIVSzADAgEAxxx...', '1617716xxx', '/var/piler/free...')\n#1 > /var/www/xxx/htdocs-ssl/model/search/message.php(51): > ModelSearchMessage->check_rfc3161_timestamp_for_id('2519')\n#2 > /var/www/xxx.com/htdocs-ssl/model/search/message.php(228): > 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(36): > ControllerMessageView->index()\n#5 > /var/www/xxx/htdocs-ssl/system/front.php(14): Fro in > /var/www/xxx/htdocs-ssl/system/helper/TrustedTimestamps.php on line > 186 > > 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