I have an Apache, a ldaprc file fol TLS certificates and a PHP script for connection to an Active Directory server.
All settings from ldaprc are properly read by Apache when I start it. If I change something in ldaprc and restart Apache, settings are re-read as expected.
However, if I comment or delete a line in ldaprc, a line previously specifying a certificate, and restart Apache, my script continues to work and it should not. This is not a problem with the php script, because if I delete ldaprc and restart Apache, or modify the line with the certificate to point to an invalid certificate the script does not work.
My question is, does Apache have any SSL/TLS/Certificates caching mechanism or options?
TLS_REQCERT never TLS_CACERT /x509/certs/ad.pem TLS_CACERTDIR /x509/certs
Don't be confused by the paths, this is a custom based Linux distribution.
[root@localhost]# /www/bin/httpd -v Server version: Apache/2.2.11 (Unix) Server built: Apr 5 2011 06:09:43