Bug #44525 Upgrade Service Manager installer overwrites SSL certificate information
Submitted: 28 Apr 2009 16:40 Modified: 16 Mar 2010 9:36
Reporter: Diego Medina Email Updates:
Status: Closed Impact on me:
Category:MySQL Enterprise Monitor: Installing Severity:S2 (Serious)
Version: OS:Any
Assigned to: BitRock Merlin CPU Architecture:Any

[28 Apr 2009 16:40] Diego Medina
If a customer is using his own SSL certificate, they enter that information on the server.xml file. But running an upgrade installer overwrites that file.

How to repeat:
1- Install the service manager
2- Edit the server.xml file and add something like this


to the     <Connector port="18443"  tag
3- run an upgrade installer
4- See that the settings are removed.

Suggested fix:
Keep the settings from server.xml, the same way we keep the ones on the my.cnf
[1 May 2009 21:39] Andy Bang
I believe the fix for this (as well as the related Bug #44444) is to just use (or copy over) the existing server.xml file, and only overwrite the things we ask for during installation (i.e. the 3 Tomcat ports as well as whether SSL is enabled or not).  As Mark has noted (in Bug #44444), you should be able to use XPath to get to the correct things.
[21 May 2009 15:30] BitRock Merlin
Patch sent to Keith.
[27 May 2009 15:16] Keith Russell
Patch installed in versions =>
[29 May 2009 18:37] Marcos Palacios
Verified fixed in Monitor build

However, due to new bug http://bugs.mysql.com/bug.php?id=45198, it is recommended to re-test this fix after the 45198 bug is fixed.
[2 Jun 2009 16:44] Marcos Palacios
Verified still fixed in build
[25 Jun 2009 14:01] Tony Bedford
An entry was added to the 2.1.0 changelog:

If a customer was using their own SSL certificate, they entered that information in the server.xml file. However, running the upgrade installer caused server.xml to be replaced.
[12 Feb 2010 20:12] Andy Bang
See Bug #49386 (Enterprise Dashboard 2.0 to 2.1 gets certificate errors) for more information.
[16 Feb 2010 16:42] Enterprise Tools JIRA Robot
Keith Russell writes: 
Patch pushed to the 2.1 installer repository.
[16 Feb 2010 23:52] Enterprise Tools JIRA Robot
Keith Russell writes: 
Patch available in builds =>
[15 Mar 2010 19:10] Enterprise Tools JIRA Robot
Diego Medina writes: 
Verified fixed on
[16 Mar 2010 9:36] MC Brown
Updated the entry for the changelog to mention the removal of the associated certificates, and added to the 2.1.2 changelog.