We have a Grafana installation I’ve recently had to take over managing. I’m not all that familiar with it, but it’s rare I have to do much to it.
It was configured for authentication using LDAP, and that is no longer working. Logs indicate that the x509 certificate has expired.
t=2021-12-15T14:40:28-0600 lvl=eror msg="Error while trying to authenticate user" logger=context userId=0 orgId=0 uname= error="LDAP Result Code 200 \"\": x509: certificate has expired or is not yet valid" t=2021-12-15T14:40:28-0600 lvl=eror msg="Request Completed" logger=context userId=0 orgId=0 uname= method=POST path=/login status=500 remote_addr=10.0.2.100 time_ms=15 size=53 referer=https://our-server-hostname.domain.com/login
We had to renew our DC CA Cert, which I am guessing is what caused this. However that happened several weeks ago, so either this is unrelated, or no one has tried to use Grafana in that time.
If this is the case, how would I go about updating the certificate?
The only domain-related certificate I can find in the server expired back in 2018, so I’m unsure if that is even the cert that LDAP is attempting to use.
- Debian 8 (Jesse)
- v4.4.1 (commit: 6a9f8ca)
Apologies if I’m missing information, let me know if there’s additional info needed and I can provide it.
I appreciate any help anyone can provide.