"Campbell, Lance" <lance(at)illinois(dot)edu> writes:
> PostgreSQL: 8.4.3
> I found the following in my error log:
> LOG: SSL error: unsafe legacy renegotiation disabled
> Anyone have a clue what this means?
It means your SSL library is maintained by someone with a clue ;-).
It's dealing with CVE-2009-3555 without simply breaking things.
However, you might want to update the SSL library at the other end,
or if you can't do that you might want to set ssl_renegotiation_limit = 0
to suppress the warning messages.
regards, tom lane
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