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I am creating new certificates for my vservers. The first ones went ok, but now I get the error message "Failed to store the certificates". Anyone know why?
I have cdot 9.0.
nrk-cl1::*> security certificate create -vserver nrk-cl1-01 -common-name nrk-cl1-01.cert -type server -size 2048 -country US -state "" -locality "" -organization "" -unit "" -email-addr "firstname.lastname@example.org" -expire-days 3650 -hash-function SHA256
Error: command failed: Failed to store the certificates.
I have also tried common name without .cert.
Or is cluster certificate enough? If so, why are there certificates for every vserver?
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If your system has a node-based certificate, you do not have to renew it
because all SSL connections in the cluster are now using the cluster-based
certificate for authentication.
It may be due to the bug http://mysupport.netapp.com/NOW/cgi-bin/bol?Type=Detail&Display=918794
Also refer KB https://kb.netapp.com/support/s/article/failed-to-create-ssl-certificate-for-node-vserver-on-clustered-data-ontap-8-3-with-error-failed-to-store-the-c...
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Unfortanly I can't access the KB since i'm a end user.
The KB is customer viewable. Please create a netapp login and request access.
The cluster certificate is sufficient. Error can be ignored.
Here’s a video that explains how to use the Volume Recovery Queue
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