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Heartbleed patch for ASI ( Linux & Solaris )

Last Updated: Apr 16, 2014 04:01PM UTC
The following instructions are for the upgrade to ASI Apache on Linux to address the Heartbleed OpenSSL security vulnerability.

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  1. Download the relevant version of Apache from
  2. Stop ASI ( e.g. As root: /home/tomcat/asi-1.9/bin/nnstop )
  3. Unpack the tarball in the thirdparty directory ( e.g. /home/tomcat/asi-1.9/thirdparty ) – if unpacked as root ensure the new directory structure is owned by the same user/group as before ( e.g. chown -R tomcat:tomcat /home/tomcat/asi-1.9/thirdparty/httpd-2.2.27 )
  4. Copy over the conf directory from the old apache directory to the new : ( e.g. \cp -r conf ../httpd-2.2.27 )
  5. Enter the conf directory
  6. Open httpd.conf in a text editor (e.g. vi)
  7. Search and replace all instances of 2.2.23 to 2.2.27 (e.g. in vi :%s/2.2.23/2.2.27/g)
  8. Save the file
  9. Repeat steps 6 and 7 on extra/httpd-ssl.conf
  10. Move the old httpd directory out of the thirdparty directory ( e.g. mv httpd-2.2.23 /var/tmp )
  11. Start ASI ( e.g. As root: /home/tomcat/asi-1.9/bin/nnstart )
  12. If all OK then optionally delete the old httpd-2.2.23 directory. ( e.g. \rm -r /var/tmp/httpd-2.2.23 )

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