Bug #49769 configuration_report.txt lists SSL port even when not enabled
Submitted: 17 Dec 2009 13:34 Modified: 14 Jan 2010 14:44
Reporter: Mark Leith Email Updates:
Status: Closed Impact on me:
Category:MySQL Enterprise Monitor: Installing Severity:S3 (Non-critical)
Version: OS:Any
Assigned to: BitRock Merlin CPU Architecture:Any

[17 Dec 2009 13:34] Mark Leith
If you do not check the "Is SSL support required" option when installing for Tomcat, you still get the following in the configuration report:

Tomcat Ports: 18080 - 18443 (SSL)

However, trying to use https://server:18443 fails, because SSL is not enabled.

How to repeat:
o Install without SSL report being required. 
o Check configuration_report.txt (imagine you are not the installer)
o Try to use https://servername:18443 (or port listed in configuration_report.txt

Suggested fix:
Do not list the SSL port if it is not enabled.
[21 Dec 2009 12:59] BitRock Merlin
Patch sent to Keith.
[21 Dec 2009 18:08] Enterprise Tools JIRA Robot
Keith Russell writes: 
Patch installed in versions =>
[21 Dec 2009 19:33] Enterprise Tools JIRA Robot
Marcos Palacios writes: 
Verified fixed in Monitor build
Now the config report shows (when SSL is not enabled):
Tomcat Port: 28080
[14 Jan 2010 14:44] MC Brown
A note has been added to the 2.2.0 changelog: 

 The <filename>configuration_report.txt</filename> file would cont6ain information about the SSL port to use, even if SSL support had not been enabled during installation.