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How to setup Enterprise Manager Database Control for SSL (HTTPS) secure connection (Doc ID 276950.1)

Last updated on JULY 23, 2019

Applies to:

Enterprise Manager for Oracle Database - Version to [Release 10.1 to 11.2]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


You are attempting to set up Enterprise Manager Database Control so that you can connect securely to the Database Control console using Secure Socket Layer (SSL). However, when attempting to connect to the database console port via HTTPS, you get an error:

connection refused.

The following can be seen in the Database Control log file <ORACLE_HOME>/host_sid/sysman/log/emagent.trc:

2012-01-22 03:00:24,166 Thread-10596 ERROR ssl: 2444: nmehl_read_sock: error on read: An established connection was aborted by the software in your host machine.
(error = 10053), ret: -1 rsf: 0
2012-01-22 03:00:24,182 Thread-10596 WARN fd=2444: nmehlssl_read, nzos_Read error = 28862 readTimed Out = 0
2012-01-22 03:00:24,213 Thread-10596 ERROR http: 2444: SNMEHL_READ_ERROR
2012-01-22 03:00:24,229 Thread-10596 ERROR http: --- Error context dump begin for incoming request ---
2012-01-22 03:00:24,229 Thread-10596 ERROR http: version=http/1.1 secure = 1
2012-01-22 03:00:24,229 Thread-10596 ERROR http: primary header = NULL
2012-01-22 03:00:24,229 Thread-10596 ERROR http: --- Error context dump end for incoming request ---


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