[Mpi-forum] New SSL certificates coming for svn.mpi-forum.org
jhammond at alcf.anl.gov
Mon Jul 30 13:42:12 CDT 2012
This is a great development. A friend of mine at an NNSA lab is
unable to access the MPI website because of the invalid certificate
used right now.
On Mon, Jul 30, 2012 at 1:31 PM, Jeff Squyres <jsquyres at cisco.com> wrote:
> NOTE: Indiana University, The University of Illinois, and Argonne worked together to get some a new SSL certificate for svn.mpi-forum.org. This SSL certificate is signed by a well-known registrar, meaning that your web browser will likely stop complaining when you go to svn.mpi-forum.org.
> What does this mean to you?
> 1. When the new SSL certificate is installed (likely sometime today), the next time you do an SVN command, you'll be prompted to accept a new certificate. Go ahead and accept the new certificate.
> 2. If you ever added an exception in your web browser to make it stop complaining about SSL verification for svn.mpi-forum.org, you can probably remove it.
> Jeff Squyres
> jsquyres at cisco.com
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