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2019-09-08 07:04:25 GMT <grendal_prime> ok migration is done. Ive done this to death, i think i got the hang of this now.
2019-09-08 07:05:20 GMT <grendal_prime> next is ...umm ive got a lets-encrypt cert on the apache2 proxy...im having one hell of a time getting this to work..and i have one to model from but it is not workin the same way.
2019-09-08 07:13:36 GMT <phaleth> grendal_prime: try something like this https://paste.ofcode.org/378JxjKFrXLDmjjGPeCB6Tx without the rewrite part
2019-09-08 07:13:37 GMT <alfbot> Title:Paste ofCode (at paste.ofcode.org)
2019-09-08 07:14:19 GMT <phaleth> required modules are: a2enmod rewrite proxy proxy_http headers ssl
2019-09-08 07:19:56 GMT <grendal_prime> ya i got all that...
2019-09-08 07:20:49 GMT <grendal_prime> they werid part is that...well im looking at the site config on my working machine..i dont see were to put the ip address that the proxy is going to send the data to
2019-09-08 07:22:44 GMT <phaleth> ProxyPass and ProxyPassReverse i guess
2019-09-08 07:25:29 GMT <grendal_prime> its weird thats not in my config..and it is somehow working.
2019-09-08 07:26:36 GMT <phaleth> sounds like the traffic is bypassing the proxy, try with curl
2019-09-08 07:29:48 GMT <grendal_prime> my brain hurts.
2019-09-08 07:33:03 GMT <phaleth> curl -ILk your.domain.com
2019-09-08 07:33:23 GMT <phaleth> brain needs a rest
2019-09-08 07:34:29 GMT <grendal_prime> ok so im pretty confused with this entire thing when it comes to https. So if i go to my alfresco server via its local ip i go to say https://192.168.15.134:8443/share and that works... however i did set the port to 443 and protocl to https in the global.propertys file and i restarted the sever.
2019-09-08 07:36:04 GMT <grendal_prime> by the way that curl command came back with Server: Apache/2.4.18 (Ubuntu)
2019-09-08 07:39:52 GMT <phaleth> grendal_prime: and alfresco on the backend is running on tomcat's Coyote?
2019-09-08 07:40:13 GMT <phaleth> if so seems like curl hits the reverse proxy then
2019-09-08 07:40:26 GMT <grendal_prime> caltalina
2019-09-08 07:40:44 GMT <grendal_prime> it just seems to be all kinds of goofy,
2019-09-08 07:41:20 GMT <phaleth> yeah, catalina is the engine of tomcat, i wasn't sure alfresco uses tomcat as web server
2019-09-08 07:41:41 GMT <phaleth> ok, what if you simply change back the port 443 on backend to 8443, the way it was
2019-09-08 07:42:01 GMT <phaleth> and then on apache proxy go from 443 to 8443 on tomcat backend
2019-09-08 07:45:32 GMT <phaleth> also if you proxy from https to https on the backend you need more stuff in the VirtualHost config, like SSLProxyEngine On etc.
2019-09-08 07:53:03 GMT <grendal_prime> this is just werid
2019-09-08 08:00:30 GMT <grendal_prime> im going to bed
2019-09-08 08:00:40 GMT <phaleth> night
2019-09-08 15:35:38 GMT <grendal_prime> ok can anybody tell me how to set up a ssl proxy from apache to alfresco? I have the lets-encrypt installed and working, i just keep getting a
2019-09-08 15:35:44 GMT <grendal_prime> The requested URL /share was not found on this server.
2019-09-08 16:15:52 GMT <grendal_prime> Nevermind i got it
2019-09-08 16:16:18 GMT <grendal_prime> i used libapache2-mod-jk
2019-09-08 20:20:26 GMT <AFaust> ~later tell grendal_prime: I prefer to use mod_proxy for Apache, as that does not rely (solely) on the binary AJP protocol and is generally easier to set up
2019-09-08 20:20:26 GMT <alfbot> AFaust: The operation succeeded.
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