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Sujith Kumar C.S
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Generating certificates in BSM servers

Hello people,

 

Accidentally, we deleted the certicates on BSM servers as they were corrupted and now we want the certificates back. Any means of getting the certificates back. Both BSM servers does not have a single certificate in it including root certificate.

 

Regards,

Sujith

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BharathMR
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Re: Generating certificates in BSM servers

Hi Sujith ,

 

Any idea how you rollback ??

 

Regards,.

Bharat MR

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Riya_Roy
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Re: Generating certificates in BSM servers

Hi Sujith,

Can you please update over here? I am also facing same issue ?
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Riya Roy

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Sujith Kumar C.S
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Re: Generating certificates in BSM servers

This is what I had to do to regenerate the certificates:

 

ovcm -newcacert -ni

ovcm -issue -name  <hostname_of_server>  -coreid  <Core_id_of_server>  -file %temp%\ov.tmp -pass 123

ovcert -importcert -file %temp%\ov.tmp -pass 123

rm -f %temp%\ov.tmp

ovcert -exportcert -alias <Core_id_of_server>  -file %temp%\ov2.tmp -pass 123

ovcert -importcert -file %temp%\ov2.tmp -pass 123 -ovrg server

rm -f %temp%\ov2.tmp

 

 

This should work on OM and the DPS server. In general, to generate certicates.

 

--Sujith

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Riya_Roy
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Re: Generating certificates in BSM servers

Thanks sujit .. will check same & get back to you :)

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Riya Roy

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Riya_Roy
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Re: Generating certificates in BSM servers

Sujith,

We are getting error when we try to execute command
rm -f %temp%\ov.tmp

'rm' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
operable program or batch file.

Please suggest urgently.
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Riya Roy

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foresight
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Re: Generating certificates in BSM servers

Hi Riya,

 

your error message leads me to believe that you are using a windows server, the rm command is for *nix.  

 

for Windows try replacing:   rm -f %temp%\ov.tmp
with
 
del /f %temp%\ov.tmp

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Sujith Kumar C.S
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Re: Generating certificates in BSM servers

Sorry Riya I should have mentioned that was for unix. The error is very much generic to the platform/os. Thanks foresight for helping Riya.

 

--Sujith

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Riya_Roy
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Re: Generating certificates in BSM servers

Hi Foresight & Sujit.

thanks lot :)

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Riya Roy

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Sujith Kumar C.S
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Re: Generating certificates in BSM servers

Riya, I am assuming that your issue is resolved and closing this thread. Thanks!

 

--Sujith

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