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How to use CA signed certificate for DFM server listening on 8488 port, when we already have the CA signed certificate for 8443 port

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Applies to

Data Fabric Manager 5.2.5p1 (DFM)

Description

  • DFM runs two services for web traffic:
  • http service that listens on 8443 port.
  • “DFM Server” service that listens on 8488 port.
  • So DFM application uses different certificate private key pair for secure communication on these ports.

 

  • For HTTP service listening on 8443 port:

1. Certificate is stored under the path: <DFM-installation -directory>\conf\server.crt

2. Private key is stored under the path: <DFM-installation -directory>\conf\server.key

  • For “DFM Server” service listening on 8488 port:

1. Certificate is stored under the path: <DFM-installation -directory>\conf\keys\certs\dfmcert.pem

2. Private Key is stored under the path:  <DFM-installation -directory>\conf\keys\private_keys\dfmkey.pem

 

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