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Hi all,

We have an old certificate on a tomcat server, so i needed to renew this one and got one from geotrust
i run this command : keytool -import -trustcacerts -alias tomcat -file ourwebserver.cer -keystore ourwebserver.jks
it is succesfull but when i go to the website i still see the old certificate which will expire soon.
I also restarted the server without any luck

anyone know what could be the problem ?
 
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your restarted the server machine or server (tomcat)?
It seems like cache issue in server.
 
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