6267, tried upgrading to 7234, fog.csr not found
I tried this a few months ago and had the same issue, and I’ve not had a chance to get back to it until today.
Relevant output from console:
* Creating SSL Certificate....................................Failed!
Relevant output from error log:
/opt/fog/snapins/ssl//fog.csr: No such file or directory
The file fog.csr did not exist in that location (or on the entire filesystem that I can find) before I started the upgrade process.
A similar issue was resolved by someone else on the forums by using the recreate flag, but I don’t imagine that I’d want to recreate it if I can avoid it.
@Wayne-Workman That seemed to make it happy, thanks.
@apathetic_admin Are your hosts/clients using the new client or the legacy client?
@apathetic_admin According to this wiki article here, you can recreate the keys without problem, but recreating the CA is what causes you to loose all control of existing fog clients, thus requiring a re installation on all hosts.
So, I’d suggest running the installer first with the --recreate-keys argument, like this:
See if that solves your issue.
Also - what’s important is the CA. As long as you have that, you can rebuild/remake fine.
@Tom-Elliott I’m lost too. So this file doesn’t exist, is this something new that’s being added? I just want to avoid breaking anything.
@apathetic_admin I don’t follow.
@Tom-Elliott If it is supposed to be there shouldn’t I already be seeing issues with it while it’s been running on 6267?
@apathetic_admin You’d really have no other option if it doesn’t exist.