Hello. I was wondering if anyone else has come across this error. I recently upgraded WebSphere and HTTP server from 220.127.116.11 to Fix Pack 18.104.22.168. WebSphere came up just fine after the upgrade however the HTTP server will not. The error that’s beeing thrown in /usr/IBMHttpServer61/IHS/logs/error_log is:
SSL0193W: Error setting GSK_ALLOW_ONLY_EXTENDED_RENEGOTIATION to 0 (701)
Error retrieving GSKit defaults from VirtualHost pepr:0, using hard-coded defaults
When I back out Fix Pack 43, the error goes away and the web server comes up fine. I am running on AIX 6.1. Thank you in advance for any help/input on this issue.
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Updated on 2012-04-10T20:45:47Z at 2012-04-10T20:45:47Z by zlek131a
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Re: HTTP Server will not come up after 126.96.36.199 upgrade2012-04-04T00:41:11ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.It means the global GSKit upgrade included in the fixpack is not getting applied. Maybe you're installing a fixpack to a non-root IHS and not running the GSkitImage/gskit.sh it installs as root to install the global GSkit?
Or, your fixpack apply failed to apply a new global Gskit for some other reason.
Re: HTTP Server will not come up after 188.8.131.52 upgrade2012-04-04T03:21:51ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.Thanks for the feedback. The puzzling part is that I upgraded the dev env first in the exact same way and had no issues. This issue surfaced on the devTest env after the same upgrade. Owner of the HTTP server files on both envs happens to be "was1" but the HTTP server is always stared via sudo from another id. I'll take a close look on file ownership tomorrow between the two env's and see if I can see something. Thanks again. Matt.
Re: HTTP Server will not come up after 184.108.40.206 upgrade2012-04-09T21:48:28ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.Turns out the reason the GSKit is not being installed is because the ID I am installing the fix pack under is a non-root id and not part of the Admin group.