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Now I have a cluster with Rocks 5.4 based on CentOS 5.6. When I git push the code to github.com, I run into the errors:

error: error:1407742E:SSL routines:SSL23_GET_SERVER_HELLO:tlsv1 alert protocol version while accessing http://github.com/

related link:
Compile Git to use OpenSSL library libssl.so.1.0.1
https://githubengineering.com/crypto-removal-notice/

Hope someone give a solution. Thank you very much!
Qiang

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    Two options, either upgrading to a more recent CentOS, or setting up a frontend service/Server that talks a more recent version of TLS. – Rui F Ribeiro May 18 '18 at 22:47
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    CentOS 5 is well past its end of life; I would think long and hard about whether you want to continue using unsupported infrastructure as opposed to running something current wherein you will not be encountering this sort of issue. – DopeGhoti May 18 '18 at 22:50
  • Because It is the old cluster, upgrading more recent CentOS may bring more pains, So that is not my options. About another solution may give some details? – Qiang L May 18 '18 at 22:50
  • CentOS 5 is dead. You are only going to continue to encounter situations like this, rendering your cluster useless. Spend your energy building a new cluster with a supported OS. – jsbillings May 22 '18 at 23:28
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There are a lot of people still running RHEL 5 / CentOS 5 for several reasons. Unfortunately RHEL 5 is out of support and additionally there was never a package with OpenSSL >= 1 for RHEL 5.

If you don't have any concerns about using a foreign repo then you can use "tuxad repo". It provides a different and more easy way to update OpenSSL of RHEL 5 to the one of RHEL 6 (which is still supported):

  1. Install tuxad repo for RHEL 5: rpm -i http://www.tuxad.de/repo/5/tuxad.rpm
  2. Update packages: yum update

More details can be found here:

www.tuxad.de/blog/archives/2014/11/19/openssl_updatesenhancements_for_rhel__centos_5 www.tuxad.de/blog/archives/2018/07/21/tuxad_rh5_repo_now_with_phpopenssl1

This repo contains several packages which are rebuild against OpenSSL 1:

  • httpd (also include other enhancements like ECDH support)
  • postfix
  • dovecot
  • curl
  • lynx
  • mutt
  • vsftpd
  • w3m
  • wget
  • php
  • php from RHEL 6 backported (in separate repo "tuxad-php")

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