Unable to configure RSA server private key log message when running Apache.
Cause of the problem
This problem may occur if the private key and certificate do not match.
Compare the modulus of the certificate against the modulus of the private key to see if they match.
View the certificate modulus using the following command:
openssl x509 -noout -text -in certfile -modulus
Then, view the key using the following command:
openssl rsa -noout -text -in keyfile -modulus
Verify the following
- Verify that the certificate and private key file are saved in the file and that it has no trailing spaces.
public exponentportions in the key and the certificate must match exactly. (Make sure you aren't using the default
- Check the
httpd.conffile to make sure that the directives are pointing to the correct private key and certificate.
If they don't match, reissue the certificate.
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