Receiving an error stating that www.aerospike.com's certificate has expired

21:01:04 [aerospike-publish-rpm@2] Running shell script 21:01:04 + wget --content-disposition --user=quantcast --password=**** https://www.aerospike.com/enterprise/download/server/latest/artifact/el7 21:01:04 --2022-01-03 21:01:04-- https://www.aerospike.com/enterprise/download/server/latest/artifact/el7 21:01:04 Resolving www.aerospike.com (www.aerospike.com)… 141.193.213.21, 141.193.213.20 21:01:04 Connecting to www.aerospike.com (www.aerospike.com)|141.193.213.21|:443… connected. 21:01:04 ERROR: cannot verify www.aerospike.com’s certificate, issued by ‘/C=US/O=Let’s Encrypt/CN=R3’: 21:01:04 Issued certificate has expired. 21:01:04 To connect to www.aerospike.com insecurely, use `–no-check-certificate’.

I just tried it (no need for user/pwd) and didn’t get that error… was it somehow transient?

The certificate (should be the same as this one) is valid until July 2022:

Screen Shot 2022-01-03 at 4.52.49 PM

Thanks, I am sending this feedback back to the engineer who ran into it to see if it goes away!

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