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cPanel error logs : Please speak ssl on this port

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by DeepakW, Jul 12, 2007.

  1. DeepakW

    DeepakW Active Member

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    Hello,

    I have encountered with following error in cPanel error logs.

    Internal Error: "" Please speak ssl on this port
    Internal Error: "" Please speak ssl on this port
    Internal Error: "" Please speak ssl on this port
    Internal Error: "" Please speak ssl on this port
    Internal Error: "" Please speak ssl on this port
    Internal Error: "" Please speak ssl on this port


    Server Information :
    OS : CentOS release 4.5 (Final)
    Kernel : 2.6.9-42.0.10.ELsmp #1 SMP
    cPanel version : 10.9.1-STABLE_14304


    Please suggest any possible solution or cause for this.




    Regards,
    Deepak
     
  2. cPanelKenneth

    cPanelKenneth cPanel Development
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    It happens when someone specifies the SSL protocol on a non-SSL port

    For example https://example.com:2086 will cause this.

    You can ignore these as they are just warning messages.
     
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  3. DeepakW

    DeepakW Active Member

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    Thank you

    Hello Kenneth,

    Thank you for your information. Is there any specific way to find out the particular domain name using the non-SSL port.


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    Deepak
     
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    Unfortunately, no. I do know there is at least one page within WHM that will generate this error, if you access WHM via SSL and visit the page. I need to track it down and open a bug report, since that particular scenario shouldn't occur. Anyway, I mention this because it could be the source of the entry in your error log
     
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