Error deleting an old SSL key from within SSL Key/Crt Manager

monkey64

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Hello

I have a couple of SSL keys and Certificates as a result of some failed attempts at creating a CSR.
The unused keys have the filename "key.old". When I go to Main >> SSL/TLS >> SSL Key/Crt Manager and try to delete them, I get the error:

ERROR: Could not remove nonexistent crt “/etc/ssl/certs/mydomain.co.uk.csr.old.1330431671.crt”.
I can see that the file exists when I SSH into the box. Is it safe to delete these manually?
 

cPanelTristan

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Hello monkey64,

It is safe to manually delete the keys. We have an internal case (46274) about the issue, which has been fixed in 11.31.3.0 and higher.

Thanks!
 

monkey64

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Tristan

Thanks for the reply.

I too noticed that there was an internal case relating to this issue.
Sure I can delete manually, but I have tried updating from Main >> cPanel >> Upgrade to Latest Version, but WHM still reports CENTOS 5.7 i686, version 11.30.6. Do I need to do anything like a full re-boot afterwards?

Here is the log file which is shown after the upgrade: -removed-
I am confused as to whether I am running the latest version or not?
 
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cPanelTristan

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You wouldn't need to reboot to update your cPanel version. First off, if you are running STABLE or RELEASE, then 11.30.6.3 is the latest for your tier. You can see the versions for each tier at this location:

Downloads - cPanel Inc.

Only EDGE and CURRENT are at 11.32+ versions right now.