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qTest Docker Deployment Fail on March 27th, 2020 due to Postgres Certificate Expiration


Postgres SSL certificate was expired on Mar 27, 2020, so all applications are no longer able to connect to postgres unless the certificate has been rotated.



1. Download new certificate bundle at

2. (All nodes) Stop qtest docker deployment 


systemctl stop qtest

3. (All nodes) Remove the certificates in folder docker-deployment-4.x/ssl/, including: 

  • root.crt
  • root.csr
  • root.key
  • server.crt
  • server.csr
  • server.key

4. (All nodes) Extract the bundle from step 1, then you will get the new 6 files as above, copy them back to the folder docker-deployment-4.x/ssl/
5. (All nodes) Start qtest docker deployment

systemctl start qtest


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Rajashekhar Pullela

Created: 2020-03-27 17:28:24

How can I find my docker-deployment-4.x/ssl directory?

Prathyusha Pullela

2020-07-17 00:08:01

use this command in the root: locate docker-deployment-4.x/ssl

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Prathyusha Pullela

Created: 2020-07-17 02:06:59

Error may look like this :

SEVERE: Connection error:
org.postgresql.util.PSQLException: SSL error: PKIX path validation failed: timestamp check failed