IMPORTANT: Expired Certificate

An expired ROOT certificate from Let's Encrypt may cause problems with updates and system availability today.

An expired ROOT certificate from Let's Encrypt may cause problems with updates and system availability today.

Tonight the ROOT certificate from Let's Encrypt expired, which is used on many installations - among others also by our XELOS API server. The ROOT certificate for this is on all clients / web browsers and can - if it has not been updated recently - cause problems. If your XELOS installation has problems to reach the license/repo server, an update of the WEB container or the ROOT certificates contained in it is necessary.

XELOS Cloud

Our infrastructure team will patch all Cloud systems during the day.

XELOS OnPremises

As a hotfix please execute the following command in the console in your XELOS installation:

docker-compose exec web yum update ca-certificates

Later today we will also provide an updated Docker image so that the new ROOT certificates will be available for future container updates. These containers should then be updated promptly as follows:

docker-compose pull
docker
-compose up -d

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