[erlang-questions] Reload ssl configuration and automatic renegotiation

Rosa, Andrea (HP Cloud Services) <>
Mon Mar 9 10:54:42 CET 2015


Hi

The software is Rabbitmq Version 3.2.4.
I talked with Rabbitmq guys and it seems there isn’t a way to do it from the application, the only thing we can do is to call erlang command inside the rabbitmq applications using a rabbitmq command, something like “RMQCommand eval ‘erlang instructions’”

Thanks
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Andrea Rosa

From: Rad Gruchalski [mailto:]
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What is the software you use to accept connections?

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Radek Gruchalski

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On Friday, 6 March 2015 at 10:56, Rosa, Andrea (HP Cloud Services) wrote:
Hi all

I am newcomer to eralng so bear with me.

In a client server application my server uses TLS to accept requests, I need to change my server certificate quite often and in order to reload the new configuration at the moment I stop and start the ssl module.
Doing that all my running connections get closed, I am wonder if there is a different way to reload the new certificate without breaking existing connections maybe renegotiating the parameters for them.

Regards
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Andrea Rosa


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