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Re: Seeing momentary SSL connection errors for host checks

From: Tino Hendricks
Subject: Re: Seeing momentary SSL connection errors for host checks
Date: Wed, 10 Aug 2016 11:25:01 +0200


if I remember correctly I had similar messages ~1 year ago after upgrading ssl.
Is it possible you upgraded?
And if so, is it possible you need to restart some services, upgrade all 
machines to the same versions and/or need to upgrade keys to the accepted 
Sorry for my bad memory but back then it was somehow related to



> Am 10.08.2016 um 11:15 schrieb Phil Townes <address@hidden>:
> Hi I'm running Monit 5.17 and I'm seeing frequent, but intermittent SSL 
> connection errors to a particular host.  The same host is being monitored 
> from other monit instances without error.
> The error message is:
> failed protocol test [DEFAULT] at [IPADDRESS-REMOVED]:443 [TCP/IP SSL] -- SSL 
> connection error: error:00000000:lib(0):func(0):reason(0)
> The error state only lasts a minute before I get a connection succeeded 
> message.
> This is generating quite a lot of emails!
> The config is:
>      check host SMS_Router_via_Internet with address REMOVED
>          if failed port 443 type TCPSSL then alert
> Could anyone suggest some troubleshooting steps?
> Many thanks,
> Phil Townes
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