This is a discussion on Re: Partitioned CRLs - modssl ; Nuno Ponte a écrit : > Hi, > > We are running a CA that has thousands of revoked certificates, > which leads to CRLs of several MBytes. > > On the next nenewal of the CA, we are thinking ...
Nuno Ponte a écrit :
> We are running a CA that has thousands of revoked certificates,
> which leads to CRLs of several MBytes.
> On the next nenewal of the CA, we are thinking of partitioning the
> CRLs at each X number of issued certificates. The issued certificates
> will have different CRL Distribution Points (CDP) according to the
> partitions they are assigned.
> For example, for X=100, from certificate 1 to certificate 100, the
> CDP would be http://myca.com/crl/myca-0001.crl, from certificate 101
> to 200 the CDP would be http://myca.com/crl/myca-0002.crl, and so on.
CDP is embedded when creating certificate, so it might be possible
Server side, you can stack as many crl as you want into either a single
file, or a directory (using hashing) and point to it into Apache.
But you may apply a patch for multiple identical DN handling.
Why didn't you implement OCSP into Apache ?
didn't test it anyway)
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Gilles CUESTA - Logiciels Libres
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