So I’m trying to set up GitLab with HTTPS on my server. Sounds simple right?
I’m kind of using a self signed certificate. And not necessarily just a self signed certificate either. I have a root certificate installed on my system (running Ubuntu 15.04, both in the /etc/ssl/certs folder and in the ca-certificates.crt file in /etc/ssl/certs. I have an intermediate certificate and a server certificate that I’m using for HTTPS on my server. However, I can’t seem to get OAUTH to work from GitLab CI. After I press authorize from my GitLab account on my server, I get a 500 error that says “We’re sorry, something went wrong.” In the logs, I get this error:
Faraday::SSLError (SSL_connect returned=1 errno=0 state=SSLv3 read server certificate B: certificate verify failed):
I can’t seem to figure out what is causing this issue. I’m running a certificate chain for the webserver, I get an A on the Qualys SSLLabs Test, the SSL Doctor Ruby application that I’ve been seeing in my search for a solution finds no problems with my certificate chain. At this point, I’m completely clueless as to what may be causing this error. Can anybody help me sort this out?