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TMA000056E Certificate Renewal Alerts

TMA000056E Certificate Renewal Alerts

TMA000056E Certificate Renewal Alerts

(OP)
OK need some help. Have been getting the TMA000056E alerts.
This is part of the message:
"TMA000056E
Avaya detected a TMA000056E alarm. Customers who upgraded System Manager and Session Manager might receive an alarm on the system, however, this alarm is not indicating a service impacting event and can be ignored.

To manually renew this certificate, login to the System Manager and navigate to Home / Elements / Inventory / Manage Elements.
Select the Session Manager instance that needs its certificate renewed.
Click More Actions and select Configure Identity Certificates.
Select smmgmt (note the expiration date) and click renew.
Once completed, the renewed certificate will be valid for two years. This procedure is not service affecting."

So I log in and I have three that are set to expire in July. My WebSphere, Management and Spirit.

I follow the procedures and I get a "Successfully renewed the identity certificate" for each one.

But when I look at the page that shows them all it still shows these three set to expire in July of this year.

So I'm confused. Am I missing something?

Thanks for any help!!

40 years in Telecom. New to Avaya! smileGo easy.

RE: TMA000056E Certificate Renewal Alerts

If I'm not mistaken you still have to login to each of the Session Managers and run the init tm command. I don't have the exact syntax as I'm working remotely but you can do a search and find it. For demo certs it is something like inittm -d or something like that. This will cause the Session Manager to pull the cert. I do believe it is service affecting though.

RE: TMA000056E Certificate Renewal Alerts

(OP)
Thanks for the replies. Strange since their comment doesn't mention doing anything else:

"To manually renew this certificate, login to the System Manager and navigate to Home / Elements / Inventory / Manage Elements.
Select the Session Manager instance that needs its certificate renewed.
Click More Actions and select Configure Identity Certificates.
Select smmgmt (note the expiration date) and click renew.
Once completed, the renewed certificate will be valid for two years. This procedure is not service affecting."

40 years in Telecom. New to Avaya! smileGo easy.

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