Just started evaluating the WAS Perf Tuning tool and it looks promising so far. Unfortunately our Live/pre-Live WAS environments mandate MASSL and I'm not sure if the tool can handle this. I can connect to development environments with no issues, as these cells don't require a MASSL connection.
I speculatively tried exporting the private/public key from one of the pre-Live cells, and inserted it into the 'cacerts' keystore on the machine that has the WAS Perf Tool installed, unfortunately I'm still getting a handshake error.
So my queries are is:
1) Has anybody else got a working connection with a cell that needs a MASSL connection
2) If so, how to you configure the tool to use a specific keystore
thanks in advance,
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Re: SSL handshake error on connecting to DMs2013-02-12T11:43:24Z in response to SystemAdminHi,
In case anyone else in interested, after some faffing around I managed to find a solution.
The app launches as an Eclipse plugin, and this plugin contains a configurable file called PerfTuningToolkit.ini. For me, it was installed in:
C:\Documents and Settings\<%USER>\<%USER>\applications\eclipse\plugins\com.ibm.esupport.tool.perftool.win_184.108.40.20620510
I was able to configure this ini file to specify JVM SSL arguments:
I then extracted the relevant certificates from the cell and imported into the local keyfiles.
This allowed me to connect to a MASSLd cell.