Proxmox is driving me fucking nuts last night and today…
noVNC isn’t working correctly and it has something to do with the certs. I was pretty sure that everything was kosher before I deployed a LE cert in place of the self generated ones. But ever since then, I’ve had a issue where any VNC console you open will refresh and reconnect every few seconds, making anything you’re doing infeasible.
After deploying the LE certs, I get this error in my logs –
pveproxy: problem with client xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx; ssl3_read_bytes: sslv3 alert bad certificate
But if I delete my LE certs and use the self-generated certs (via
pvecm updatecerts -f), I still have the VNC issue and see this error instead.
pveproxy: problem with client xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx; ssl3_read_bytes: tlsv1 alert unknown ca
Proxmox help forums are failing me. Some people just re-gen their certs and it works again, some people try a different browser and clear cache and it works again, some topics don’t have any solutions. I’m 10 seconds away from just saying fuck it and reinstalling the OS again. I have a feeling it’s something to do with Proxmox being installed over top of Debian and some underlying incompatibility at play here. But that was my only option since you can’t use RAID in the Proxmox ISO installation without ZFS.
Any ideas for me to try?