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Re: SSL don't work
Posted by: Georgi Kodinov
Date: February 19, 2014 09:32AM

OK, your first post was misleading then. Make sure mysql command line doesn't get these key files by accident then.

You don't need client key material to do encryption indeed.

But the goal of the exercise is to mimic with s_client/s_server what you're doing in MySQL in order to verify if your keys are correct and match each other.

Based on what you're saying I can only conclude that the CA certificate you have is not validating the key/cert pair you're using for your server.

Try committing out the CA certificate from your mysql config and see if it works without any keys/certificates/CAs on the client side.

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