[openstack-dev] [Openstack] generation of .pem file
davidgab283 at gmail.com
Wed Nov 8 20:43:07 UTC 2017
Thanks so much for your reply.
I fact, the command you suggest leads to the structure of a .pem file like
it is shown in the reference you provide.
Let me please ask another question related to the new pem file.
In fact, I want to use use it in to call python-heatclient API in order to
create stacks (Openstack address is based on https).
I am wondering, where to copy this pem file and how to refer it ?
Thanks in advance.
2017-11-08 15:39 GMT+01:00 Juan Antonio Osorio <jaosorior at gmail.com>:
> You need to verify the files and check how they look like. A good guide to
> do this is this one http://how2ssl.com/articles/working_with_pem_files/ .
> .cert and .key are not actual formats, but might actually contain the cert
> and the key in PEM format. The main giveaway is that they should contain
> the header. If you will use the file for HAProxy, then you need the
> certificate and key in the same file. So you would do something like this:
> $ cat mycertificate.cert mykey.key > cert-and-key.pem
> And the resulting file is something you could use for your HAProxy
> instance. But again, it all depends on what you will use it for.
> On Wed, Nov 8, 2017 at 3:36 PM, David Gabriel <davidgab283 at gmail.com>
>> I need to generate the .pem file based on certifcate files (.cert).
>> The key (.key file) is available too.
>> All my files can be read as text files.
>> Could you please detail the procedure for this ?
>> I am using ubuntu as OS.
>> Thanks in advance.
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