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Unix Server : Deployment - missing info file

As I try to use the deployment feature from a Unix OCS Server to an Unix agent, the client never receives the package. It seems that OCS fails to create/send the "info file" of the package.

When I try to access to https://<server_hostname>/downloads/<packagetimestamp>, I receive a 403 - Forbidden error.

I use self-signed certificate, the certificate is shared between the server and the client.

Server certificate : /etc/ssl/certs/ocsng.pem

Client certificate : /var/lib/ocsinventory-agent/https:__<server_hostname>:443_ocsinventory/cacert.pem

The CN on the certificate is the hostname of the Machine where the OCS Server is.

The SSL Mode is enabled and set on SSL_MODE_PREFERRED and the key and cert paths are correct.

OCS Inventory NG Unix Server version : 2.7

OCS Inventory Unix Client : 2.6.1

Server's OS : Ubuntu 18.04

Client's OS : Ubuntu 18.04

Logs on client Side :

/var/log/ocsinventory-agent.log :

[Wed May  6 18:29:32 2020][debug] =BEGIN=SERVER RET======
[Wed May  6 18:29:32 2020][debug] $VAR1 = '<?xml version=\'1.0\' encoding=\'UTF-8\'?>
[debug] Calling handlers : `end_handler'
[debug] [download] Calling download_end_handler
[info] [download] Beginning work. I am 4346.
[debug] [download] No info file found for 1588777867!!
[info] [download] Cleaning 1588777867 package.
[info] [download] No more package to download.
[debug] [download] End of work...

Logs on server side :

/var/log/ocsinventory-server/activity.log :


/var/log/apache2/error.log :

[ssl:warn] [pid 4306] AH01909: server certificate does NOT include an ID which matches the server name

Thanks in advance for anyone who can help me.

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I had the same issue. And i fixed it.

Check the Common Name in the SSL Certificate. Is it the servers IP-Adress or its DNS/Hostname.

When applying a package mage sure the URL matches the way you adress your server in the Common Name of the certificate.
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