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OpenStack: 'Hostname mismatch' error seen when using wildcard certificates

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Applies to

  • Openstack
  • OSP 17.1
  • RedHat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 9.2
  • Python 3.9.16
  • Cinder driver

Issue

An issue has been seen in OSP 17.1/ RHEL 9.2 when:
  • ONTAP is using a wildcard CA signed certificate
  • The Cinder driver has HTTPs enabled

In the Cinder volume.log, the following SSH handshake error is seen:

2023-08-16 01:34:00.101 14 ERROR cinder.volume.drivers.netapp.dataontap.client.api [req-cd09e8b0-a3b7-4959-c8e3-ee52c829bc26 - - - - -] Error communicating with NetApp filer.: urllib.error.URLError: <urlopen error [SSL: CERTIFICATE_VERIFY_FAILED] certificate verify failed: Hostname mismatch, certificate is not valid for 'volume.sub.company_name.com'. (_ssl.c:1129)>

 

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