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Help: OCSP responder error

I get this error in my Nginx error.log - Seems to be a problem with the ocsp.godaddy.com server, or is this something else?

 

 

2017/03/20 22:01:15 [error] 11681#11681: recv() failed (104: Connection reset by peer) while requesting certificate status, responder: ocsp.godaddy.com
2017/03/20 22:01:15 [error] 11681#11681: OCSP responder prematurely closed connection while requesting certificate status, responder: ocsp.godaddy.com
2017/03/20 22:07:23 [error] 11681#11681: recv() failed (104: Connection reset by peer) while requesting certificate status, responder: ocsp.godaddy.com
2017/03/20 22:07:23 [error] 11681#11681: OCSP responder prematurely closed connection while requesting certificate status, responder: ocsp.godaddy.com
2017/03/20 22:13:34 [error] 11681#11681: recv() failed (104: Connection reset by peer) while requesting certificate status, responder: ocsp.godaddy.com
2017/03/20 22:13:34 [error] 11681#11681: OCSP responder prematurely closed connection while requesting certificate status, responder: ocsp.godaddy.com

 

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Re: Help: OCSP responder error

Hey @Wisur,

 

What domain was the site for that is generating these errors? Since you mentioned Nginx i assume you're using the SSL with your own server. I tried looking up some information on this sort of error and came across another discussion forum with a suggested solution.

 

Let us know if this helps.

 

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Re: Help: OCSP responder error

Thanks for the reply CG!

Unfortunately, this is not the case for me 😕


Please analyze my domain here:  https://www.digicert.com/help/

Enter:  www.intellipush.com

 

I have not changed config for quite a while, nor restarted the NginX server for over a month.

This error however only occurred in a few hours then stopped, so seemed to be a GoDaddy server issue or any other service that has to do with OSCP stapeling maybe?

 

Greetings!