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Installed SSL Certificate Now UID Mismatches

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by lloyd_tennison, Apr 16, 2009.

  1. lloyd_tennison

    lloyd_tennison Well-Known Member

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    I just installed another SSL certificate, even moved the domain to a new dedicated IP address, and now everything that runs on https comes up with an error Mismatch between target UID (99) and UID (32023) of file "/home/....." which shows in suphp_log.

    I have tried several different php files- and they all do it. Works fine in non-ssl mode. How do I check what/where that UID error is going?

    The files were uploaded with ftp, have the correct owner, and I have tried with both permission 644 and 755, and get the same error either way. I am not sure if this is a new error, as the other certificate on my server is almost a year old, and not used.

    I do get when apache is restarted this error:

    Warning: DocumentRoot [/dev/null] does not exist
    [warn] NameVirtualHost 99.999.999.99:80 has no VirtualHosts - with that IP address being the one that the domain was moved to.

    However, it does have a virtualhost, but it does not have a :443 host.

    NameVirtualHost 99.999.999.99:80
    <VirtualHost 99.999.999.99:80>
    ServerName domain.com

    While installing the certificate it states:

    Updated certificate files. Skipping Apache update.
     
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  2. lloyd_tennison

    lloyd_tennison Well-Known Member

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    After restoring the old httpd.con and then changing the IP again and reinstalling the ssl certificate, all is working, except still get that apache error. Nice that all is working, but it looks like that error is there to stay - as I see other places where is still exists -http://forums.cpanel.net/showthread.php?p=353679 for one.

    Not sure how editing the httpd.conf as they said they did would work -as it says all over the place it will be overwritten...

    Anyone have any thoughts on a fix?
     
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    cPanelDavidG Technical Product Specialist

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    I recommend submitting a support ticket so our technical analysts can take a look at what you have done so far and attempt to resolve that Apache issue for you as well. You can contact our technical analysts at: http://tickets.cPanel.net/submit
     
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