4 Replies Latest reply: Mar 18, 2008 11:18 AM by Charles Fultz
Charles Fultz Level 1 Level 1 (15 points)
I'm having issues with Safari, iChat, and Mail simultaneously. The common factor with all three is that they are trying to use SSL. Safari works fine for non-SSL sites. But Gmail.com and mail.yahoo.com and PayPal don't work. Likewise, connecting to a Jabber server with SSL-enabled using iChat doesn't work. And connecting to an SSL-enabled IMAP server using Mail doesn't work.

The only error messages I see are:
Mar 17 08:15:18 strongbad iChatAgent[40935]: WARNING: SocketStream: CFStream error 3/-2147418111 occurred on input stream
Mar 17 08:15:18 strongbad iChatAgent[40935]: WARNING: XMLStream: CFStream error 3/-2147418111 occurred on input
Mar 17 08:15:18 strongbad iChatAgent[40935]: WARNING: JConnection: Error: An SSL error has occurred and a secure connection to the server cannot be made., type=2, code=-2147418111
Mar 17 08:15:18 strongbad iChat[41132]: SFCertificateView _setTrust: SecTrustCopyPolicies returned -25304
Mar 17 08:15:29 strongbad iChatAgent[40935]: WARNING: Error from SecKeychainFindGenericPassword: -2147418111
Mar 17 08:15:38 strongbad iChatAgent[40935]: WARNING: SocketStream: CFStream error 3/-2147418111 occurred on input stream
Mar 17 08:15:38 strongbad iChatAgent[40935]: WARNING: XMLStream: CFStream error 3/-2147418111 occurred on input
Mar 17 08:15:38 strongbad iChatAgent[40935]: WARNING: JConnection: Error: An SSL error has occurred and a secure connection to the server cannot be made., type=2, code=-2147418111
Mar 17 08:15:38 strongbad iChat[41132]: SFCertificateView _setTrust: SecTrustCopyPolicies returned -25304

Google'ing bits and pieces of the above error messages doesn't really turn up anything relevant. The main issue seems to be the error code "-2147418111"

Pertinent information: no local users accounts, accounts authenticated against an LDAP server, local home directories, can unlock screen lock successfully, Keychain Utility doesn't report any problems, can ssh into machine. Running 10.5.2

Any ideas help would be greatly appreciated.

G5, Mac OS X (10.5.2)
  • Antonio Rocco Level 6 Level 6 (10,310 points)
    Hi

    Is internet access at your location via a Proxy Server?

    Tony
  • Charles Fultz Level 1 Level 1 (15 points)
    No, it's not. This problem with SSL connections crops up (what seems like) weekly. After about 7 days (I haven't gotten it nailed down yet) all SSL connections are refused. I've checked the scripts in /etc/periodic/weekly and didn't notice anything glaring there, although that could be the root of the problem.

    Also, I'm pretty sure this problem cropped up with 10.5.2, as I don't remember having it with 10.5.0 or 10.5.1.
  • Charles Fultz Level 1 Level 1 (15 points)
    One other bit of information, I can make SSL connections without problem using Firefox, while Safari cannot. I haven't tried using another mail or chat client to see if they would work.
  • Charles Fultz Level 1 Level 1 (15 points)
    I've figured out that this problem manifests itself somewhere between 4 days 22 hours and 17 minutes and 5 days 4 hours and 30 minutes of uptime. I didn't have the problem this morning when I came into the office, but I am now as of 14:15 EST.