Apache (2.4, both versions .20 and .23) is sending the following waring to my error log:
[Tue Oct 04 09:17:02.438371 2016] [ssl:warn] [pid 55157:tid 140100469708544] AH01909: <host>:<port>:0 server certificate does NOT include an ID which matches the server name
However, when I go to https://host:port/... with Google Chrome, I get the green lock, and clicking on it and looking at the server information gives all the correct information about my server.
Is this an apache bug? A failure of my understanding?
## ## SSL Virtual Host Context ## <VirtualHost _default_:<port>> DocumentRoot "<the path>" ServerName <host>:<port>
Should I replace "default" with my host name?
openssl x509 -in [cert file] -noout -subject
So I have defined the server name correctly in the conf file, and the certificate has the host name correctly listed.