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  1. Core Server
  2. SERVER-45826

Backtrace when enabling SSL on OSX when using Externally Sourced Configuration File Values

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    • Backwards Compatibility:
      Minor Change
    • Operating System:
      OS X
    • Backport Requested:
      v4.4, v4.2, v4.0
    • Steps To Reproduce:
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      On OSX

      1. Startup a replica set using mongodb-macos-x86_64-enterprise-4.2.2 where the root config is retrieved via a YAML endpoint.
      2. Update the YAML endpoint to enable SSL with PEM keys containing passwords and restart one of the mongods.
      3. The mongod does not come up – and logs the attached backtrace.

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      On OSX 1. Startup a replica set using mongodb-macos-x86_64-enterprise-4.2.2 where the root config is retrieved via a YAML endpoint. 2. Update the YAML endpoint to enable SSL with PEM keys containing passwords and restart one of the mongods. 3. The mongod does not come up – and logs the attached backtrace.
    • Sprint:
      Security 2020-02-24, Security 2020-03-09, Security 2020-03-23

      Description

      I am seeing a backtrace while testing with externally sourced config values and SSL with encrypted PEM key files on OSX. Linux tests seem fine.

      I've attached the backtrace for mongodb-macos-x86_64-enterprise-4.2.2

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            Assignee:
            sara.golemon Sara Golemon
            Reporter:
            dennis.kuczynski Dennis Kuczynski
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