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Hello! I'Ve Set Sdk.Aws.S3.Verify To False, But Im Still Getting [Ssl: Certificate_Verify_Failed]. I'Ve Added Two Prints, One For


I not very sure tbh. Just want to see if this is useful....

I got SSL error few days back and I solved it by adding cert to /etc/ssl/certs and perform update-ca-certificates .

export REQUESTS_CA_BUNDLE=/etc/ssl/certs/ca-certificates.crt

Add this. Note that verify might not work with sdk.aws.s3.verify but sdk.aws.s3.credentials . Pls see the attached image.

Example:
aws {
s3 {
credentials: [
{
# This will apply to all buckets in this host (unless key/value is specifically provided for a given bucket)
host: "<minio hostname>:443"
key: "your key"
secret: "your secret"
multipart: false
secure: true
verify: /etc/ssl/certs/ca-certificates.crt
}
]
}
}

None

hope this helps.
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