MMP Error : SSL Negotiation Failed For IP; Cannot Connect: SSL Is Disabled (Doc ID 1319393.1)

Last updated on MAY 02, 2016

Applies to:

Oracle Communications Messaging Server - Version 7.0.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
***Checked for relevance on 27-Mar-2013***

Symptoms

The following errors were found in the default log on one of the Messaging Multiplexers (MMPs) , but not the other:

[29/Apr/2011:09:25:00 +0200] mach1 msprobe[4563]: General Error: cannot connect to port 143: Connection refused
[29/Apr/2011:09:25:00 +0200] mach1 msprobe[4563]: General Critical: imapproxy server is not responding
[29/Apr/2011:09:25:00 +0200] mach1 msprobe[4563]: General Warning: mmp process is not running, but does not appear to have crashed. No restart requested.

And in the ImapProxy log file:

[28/Apr/2011:16:04:59 +0200] mach1 ImapProxy[10520]: General Error: (id 5734) SSL negotiation failed for IP xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx: Cannot connect: SSL is disabled. (-12268)
[28/Apr/2011:16:05:00 +0200] mach1 ImapProxy[10520]: General Error: (id 5741) SSL negotiation failed for IP 127.0.0.1: Cannot connect: SSL is disabled. (-12268)

And in the watcher log file:

[28/Apr/2011:15:55:00 +0200] (Notice) Received request to restart: mmp
[28/Apr/2011:15:55:00 +0200] (Notice) Connecting to watcher ...
[28/Apr/2011:15:55:00 +0200] (Notice) Stopping mmp server 6659 .... done
[28/Apr/2011:15:55:01 +0200] (Notice) Starting mmp server .... 10520

[28/Apr/2011:16:05:00 +0200] (Notice) Received request to restart: mmp
[28/Apr/2011:16:05:00 +0200] (Notice) Connecting to watcher ...
[28/Apr/2011:16:05:00 +0200] (Error) mmp failed twice in 600 seconds, will not perform restart

Both MMPs are set to use SSL for both IMAP and POP.

Changes

The errors started occurring when this MMP was initially configured.

Cause

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