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Providing PEM certificates shouldn't be mandatory for virtual servers not using HTTPS #749

Borkason opened this Issue Mar 24, 2013 · 3 comments

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Cherokee Project member

Original author: (November 04, 2010 10:38:40)

What steps will reproduce the problem?
1. Enable HTTPS
2. Leave at least one other virtual server with an empty security section.

What is the expected output? What do you see instead?

The server should be able to at least serve HTTP requests for virtual servers that are not meant to serve HTTPS requests.

It is currently possible to specify the first rule of a virtual server to allow/deny HTTPS functionaliy, but Cherokee won't boot up without the required certificate section on every virtual-server.

Original issue:

Cherokee Project member

From on November 08, 2010 23:30:37
I think I don't get it... I have defined 13 vservers, and only 3 of them are configured to use SSL.

Works as expected here... :-?

Cherokee Project member

From on March 17, 2011 15:30:30
I can confirm the behavior notified by skarcha using 1.2.2b

Cherokee Project member

From on August 07, 2012 01:12:51
I guess this bug can be closed then.

@Borkason Borkason closed this Mar 24, 2013
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