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oozie cli doesn't work after enabling tls option

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Hi Guys,


I have a problem with oozie on my cloudera cluster. I enabled TLS encryption for admin console and Agents. I specified Keystore and Truststore File location and passwords in configuration tab for oozie.


When i try to curl oozie:

oozie admin -oozie https://ukgs2hdm02.cwglobal.local:11443/oozie -status


Error: IO_ERROR : Error while connecting Oozie server. 
No of retries = 1. Exception = PKIX path building failed: unable to find valid certification path to requested target

I was thinking about importing host certificate to a default java keystore but find this:



and I don't know which one should I use?


Here are my files related to cert:

-rw-r-----. 1 root         tls  1996 May 31 13:08 cdh_host.key
-rw-r-----. 1 root         tls  2159 May 31 13:08 cdh_host.keystore
-r--r-----. 1 oozie        tls  2159 Sep 13 09:45 cdh_host.oozie.keystore
-rw-r-----. 1 root         tls  1123 May 31 13:08 cdh_host.pem
-r-xr--r--. 1 cloudera-scm tls  8754 Sep  7 13:39 truststore.jks
-rw-r-----. 1 root         tls 11961 Sep  7 13:39 truststore.pem
-rw-r-----. 1 root         tls   789 May 31 13:08 ukgs2hdm02.cwglobal.local.cer

oozie keystore is the same as the host keystore.


I have added certificate to all default java truststores and still the same problem.


Oozie web console works just fine.


Any ideas?

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