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My first followup question is, where do I find this test suite, and can I just run it simply from the commandline? I am running version 1.76 of IO::Socket::SSL, but it was installed with ActiveState's PPM, and I can't find a testsuite in my Perl directory tree. I found IO-Socket-SSL-1.79 on CPan, but I don't see a testsuite directory in it.

Now, experimenting with this further in an attempt to get more useful, this is weird. I added a 'use' statement to get further debug info in the position shown:

use IO::Socket::SSL qw(debug3); use Net::SSL (); use Mozilla::CA; use LWP::UserAgent;

The "use IO::Socket::SSL qw(debug3);" is new. The inclusion of Net::SSL is there as I had found, by googleing, that it is suppose to increase debugging info (not very effective as far as I can see)

Now, the debug output for getting google using https is as follows:

2012/11/28 22:13:55> Request: GET https://www.google.ca, User-Agent +: libwww-perl/6.02, (no content) DEBUG: .../IO/Socket/SSL.pm:1645: new ctx 56552016 DEBUG: .../IO/Socket/SSL.pm:363: socket not yet connected DEBUG: .../IO/Socket/SSL.pm:365: socket connected DEBUG: .../IO/Socket/SSL.pm:383: ssl handshake not started DEBUG: .../IO/Socket/SSL.pm:433: set socket to non-blocking to enforce + timeout=180 DEBUG: .../IO/Socket/SSL.pm:446: Net::SSLeay::connect -> -1 DEBUG: .../IO/Socket/SSL.pm:456: ssl handshake in progress DEBUG: .../IO/Socket/SSL.pm:466: waiting for fd to become ready: SSL w +ants a read first DEBUG: .../IO/Socket/SSL.pm:486: socket ready, retrying connect DEBUG: .../IO/Socket/SSL.pm:1633: ok=1 cert=61147744 DEBUG: .../IO/Socket/SSL.pm:1633: ok=1 cert=60140256 DEBUG: .../IO/Socket/SSL.pm:1633: ok=1 cert=60140080 DEBUG: .../IO/Socket/SSL.pm:1193: scheme=www cert=60140080 DEBUG: .../IO/Socket/SSL.pm:1202: identity=www.google.ca cn=*.google.c +a alt=2 *.google.ca 2 google.ca DEBUG: .../IO/Socket/SSL.pm:446: Net::SSLeay::connect -> -1 DEBUG: .../IO/Socket/SSL.pm:456: ssl handshake in progress DEBUG: .../IO/Socket/SSL.pm:466: waiting for fd to become ready: SSL w +ants a read first DEBUG: .../IO/Socket/SSL.pm:486: socket ready, retrying connect DEBUG: .../IO/Socket/SSL.pm:446: Net::SSLeay::connect -> 1 DEBUG: .../IO/Socket/SSL.pm:501: ssl handshake done DEBUG: .../IO/Socket/SSL.pm:1682: free ctx 56552016 open=56552016 DEBUG: .../IO/Socket/SSL.pm:1687: free ctx 56552016 callback DEBUG: .../IO/Socket/SSL.pm:1690: OK free ctx 56552016 2012/11/28 22:13:55> Response last request: https://www.google.ca

And the response headers and content of Google's home page follow. So, my second followup question is, why did the explicit inclusion of IO::Socket::SSL have this effect? Why does that one 'use' statement result in Crypt::SSLeay not being involved?

Now, my last question is this. With one of the secure servers I must work with, I get the following:

DEBUG: .../IO/Socket/SSL.pm:1645: new ctx 53640288 DEBUG: .../IO/Socket/SSL.pm:363: socket not yet connected DEBUG: .../IO/Socket/SSL.pm:365: socket connected DEBUG: .../IO/Socket/SSL.pm:383: ssl handshake not started DEBUG: .../IO/Socket/SSL.pm:433: set socket to non-blocking to enforce + timeout=180 DEBUG: .../IO/Socket/SSL.pm:446: Net::SSLeay::connect -> -1 DEBUG: .../IO/Socket/SSL.pm:456: ssl handshake in progress DEBUG: .../IO/Socket/SSL.pm:466: waiting for fd to become ready: SSL w +ants a read first DEBUG: .../IO/Socket/SSL.pm:486: socket ready, retrying connect DEBUG: .../IO/Socket/SSL.pm:446: Net::SSLeay::connect -> -1 DEBUG: .../IO/Socket/SSL.pm:1320: SSL connect attempt failed with unkn +own error error:00000000:lib(0):func(0):reason(0) DEBUG: .../IO/Socket/SSL.pm:452: fatal SSL error: SSL connect attempt +failed with unknown error error:00000000:lib(0):func(0):reason(0) DEBUG: .../IO/Socket/SSL.pm:1320: IO::Socket::INET configuration faile +d error:00000000:lib(0):func(0):reason(0) DEBUG: .../IO/Socket/SSL.pm:1682: free ctx 53640288 open=53640288 DEBUG: .../IO/Socket/SSL.pm:1687: free ctx 53640288 callback DEBUG: .../IO/Socket/SSL.pm:1690: OK free ctx 53640288

My scripts could connect to this site for the past five years, until just the past couple days. The only thing that appears to have changed is that they have new 'extended validation' certificates. Does this warrant a new thread, or is there a hope of getting help diagnosing why this site fails while all others that I have tested succeed?

Thanks

Ted


In reply to Re^4: need to fix my installation of IO::Socket::SSL, but how? by ted.byers
in thread need to fix my installation of IO::Socket::SSL, but how? by ted.byers

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