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Subject:Re: failover config: servers with same DNS address and TLS, subjectAltName extension
From:Ralf Haferkamp (rha@suse.de)
Date:Jul 26, 2007 11:47:11 am
List:org.openldap.openldap-software

Am Do 26 Jul 2007 18:39:22 CEST schrieb Donn Cave <do@u.washington.edu>:

On Jul 26, 2007, at 1:28 AM, Ralf Haferkamp wrote:

[... re CRL checks ...]

They should work with 0.9.7d. IIRC that was the version I used when implementing CRL support.

Right.

Note: As stated in the man-pages (ldap.conf(5) and slapd.conf(5)), when you want to use CRLs you have to specify a CACERTDIR. That directory has to be correctly hashed (using c_rehash).

I don't use CACERTDIR, I put the CRL in the CA certificate.

Ah, ok that should work as well.

That works, but there's a maintenance problem. Our CRLs expire, fairly quickly, and that breaks certificate verification, so once we have a CRL, we have to keep it up to date whether we care about it or not. There doesn't seem to be any way to reload a CRL (OpenSSL bug 1424, Nov 8 2006), so we have to restart slapd for each update. Does the CACERTDIR approach avoid this problem?

No, unfortunately not.