7018600: Registration in SUSE Manager is aborted with SSL/certificate error.

Specially in the case of a migration, please make sure the bootstrap script has all the latest changes. If unsure, the easiest way to do it is by fully patching the SUSE Manager server and regenerating it, with (parameters can differ, depending on the needs):

mgr-bootstrap

Then, the script should be edited, doing the usual changes:

#exit 1

ACTIVATION_KEYS=1-xxxxxxxxx

ORG_GPG_KEY=ptf-gpg-pubkey-b37b98a9-5328792f.key,sle11-gpg-pubkey-307e3d54-53287cdc.key,res-gpg-pubkey-0182b964-4911a584.key,sle12-gpg-pubkey-39db7c82-510a966b.key,sle10-gpg-pubkey-9c800aca-53287d18.key,sle12-reserve-gpg-pubkey-50a3dd1c-50f35137.key

But this time, also the following lines should be changed to look like this:

ORG_CA_CERT=RHN-ORG-TRUSTED-SSL-CERT

ORG_CA_CERT_IS_RPM_YN=0

Should the following lines exist, they need to be commented (although updating the bootstrap script should have deleted them, so the following step wouldn’t normally be needed ):

#echo “* removing TLS certificate used for bootstrap”

#echo ” (will be re-added via salt state)”

#removeTLSCertificate

Additionally, and specially in the case of old unsupported releases, the following packages should be updated:

libopenssl0_9_8

libopenssl0_9_8-32bit

openssl

openssl-certs

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