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Requests to Web Cache Configured for SSL Hang As Web Cache Crashes (Doc ID 1315607.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 24, 2018

Applies to:

Web Cache - Version 11.1.1.2.0 to 11.1.1.3.0 [Release Oracle11g]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
***Checked for relevance on 03-Jan-2014***
***Checked for relevance on 09-Dec-2015***

Symptoms

When configured to terminate SSL at Web Cache, requests hang as Web Cache hangs within four hours of a restart.

The crash with SIGTERM only happens if the auto-restart ping is enabled.

After the crash Since Web Cache has problems to ping it's own test pages, the failover threshold is passed and it restarts the instance.

Verified in the event_log which shows cycles with a SIGTERM like the following snippet:
[2011-04-07T17:03:37+01:00] [webcache] [WARNING:1] [WXE-11905] [security] [ecid: ] SSL additional information: The certificate sent by the other side could not be validated. This may occur if the certificate has expired, has been revoked, or is invalid for another reason.
[2011-04-07T17:03:37+01:00] [webcache] [WARNING:1] [WXE-11905] [security] [ecid: ] SSL additional information: Remote IP [11.222.33.444]:443
[2011-04-07T17:03:37+01:00] [webcache] [WARNING:1] [WXE-11905] [security] [ecid: ] SSL additional information: Local IP 11.222.33.444:60068
[2011-04-07T17:03:37+01:00] [webcache] [WARNING:1] [WXE-11906] [security] [ecid: ] SSL details: SSL error during handshake (details: internal=The certificate sent by the other side could not be validated. This may occur if the certificate has expired, has been revoked, or is invalid for another reason. system=Success)
[2011-04-07T17:03:43+01:00] [webcache] [ERROR:32] [WXE-11904] [security] [ecid: ] SSL handshake fails NZE-28860
[2011-04-07T17:03:43+01:00] [webcache] [TRACE:32] [WXE-13605] [main] [ecid: ] Signal SIGTERM caught

Cause

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