We've got a user trying to swap in a few different experiments and they've all failed. I have some daily experiments that swap in as tests, these have also been failing since March 15th (our emulab isn't getting a lot of use right now). We have had only 3 successful swap-ins since March 15th, and all of them fail with these messages in the log:
TIMESTAMP: 16:10:22:624345 eventsys_control started
Checking for feature NewEventScheduler.
/usr/testbed/sbin/event-sched -d -s localhost -k /proj/emulab-ops/exp/Maintenance3/tbdata/eventkey emulab-ops Maintenance3
Beginning call to experiment.metadata
Error occured: Unable to transport XML to server and get XML response back. libcurl failed to execute the HTTP POST transaction, explaining: error:14094415:SSL routines:SSL3_READ_BYTES:sslv3 alert certificate expired
could not get experiment metadata
Finished with call to experiment.metadata
Failed to start event system for emulab-ops/Maintenance3: 1345 0!
*** ERROR: tbswap: Failed to start the event system.
Cleaning up after errors.
Stopping the event system
It would seem that we have an expired certificate someplace. but not exactly sure which one, I've checked the group here, and there are similar situations, but nothing recent that matches well, and things have changed since some of the answers. That being said, we are 4 years out of date..... version:
root@boss:/usr/testbed # testbed-version
OS Version: FreeBSD 10.0-RELEASE-p18
Perl Version: 5.014004
I thought the expiration of the cert would match the install date, but it doesn't (install date of 4/7 and today being 4/10) thought this looked to be coincidental, but the swap-in failures started March 15th....
so I have a few questions:
2. I should update to the latest, I assume that will reset the certs, since I'm so far out if date what instructions should I follow, do I have to do it in 2+ steps? Do you have a URL with instructions that I should follow? Do I also have to upgrade the OS?