After upgrading my omnibus-gitlab-ce to 10.0.3, folks accessing git via https from certain (older) servers started reporting failure. This was reported as working prior to the upgrade. Access from newer linux boxes and OSX laptops seems to work, as does normal ssh access. Are there any new options which might be on by default with stricter checking on SSL or protocol restrictions?
login1:erivan01 > git clone https://xxx.com/yyyy/zzz-ubuntu Cloning into 'zzz-ubuntu'... Couldn't find host xxx.com in the .netrc file; using defaults About to connect() to xxx.com port 443 (#0) Trying 10.116.22.174... * 0x273ce20 is at send pipe head! Connected to xxx.com (10.116.22.174) port 443 (#0) successfully set certificate verify locations: CAfile: /etc/pki/tls/certs/ca-bundle.crt CApath: none Unknown SSL protocol error in connection to git.research.arm.com:443 Closing connection #0 fatal: unable to access 'https://xxx.com/yyy/zzz-ubuntu/': Unknown SSL protocol error in connection to xxx.com:443