At one of my new customer sites, I have a SSL certificate which is about to expire. I've been notified by my provider of expiry. The previous admin was pretty detailed and I've located the .CSR which was used to request the about-to-expire certificate.
However, this host is a debian host, and I've confirmed that the .CSR was generated when Debian was suffering from the OpenSSL random number generation issue.
So. Now that I've updated OpenSSL on my debian host, I presume I have to regenerate the .CSR for the renewal. Is there a way to find out what values were used in the .CSR I have, to ensure that the new .CSR is consistant?