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2801997 - SQL Anywhere crashes when accessing the cockpit via HTTPS ( https://localhost:myPort/sqlacockpit )

Symptom


The database server console log last line before the crash reports "Out of memory" error.


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Environment

SAP SQL Anywhere 17.0.10.5771
Microsoft Windows

The database file is encrypted and a signed certificate is used for HTTPS:

"%sqlany17%\bin64\dbsrv17" -gb idle -c 25p -cs -gc 30 -gp 8192 -gd dba -gk dba -gl dba -gr 5 -gn 150 -edi -dt "%cd%\2019" -o "%cd%\2019\file.txt" -oe "%cd%\2019\errorfile.txt" -os 64m -es -ec TLS(identity="%cd%\2019\server.example.com.pem";identity_password=123456) -cdb dbf="%cd%\2019\cockpit.db" -xs https(port=4443;identity=%cd%\2019\server.example.com.pem;identity_password=123456) -x tcpip(port=2638) -n tls_db_enc1 -m -su sqlsql -u -z tls_db_enc.db -n tls_db_enc -ek "sql"

Product

SAP SQL Anywhere 17.0

Keywords

Sybase, OpenSSL, CCL , KBA , BC-SYB-SQA-SRV , SQL Anywhere - Server , Problem

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