Dear Zend-Support Team,
throughout the last year we have set up an SSL-certificate for our server (188.8.131.52:10081). Ever since we have problems with the exceution of our deposited the scripts/cronjobs.
Excecuting the script-files using the direct URL path works perfectly for HTTP and HTTPS.
But excecuting the exact same path using the zend server cronjobs (HTTP) this did and does not work anymore. Looking at configuration (Admin: Configurations > Components) we got the following error message: "Failed to create job rule: HTTPS jobs are not supported" (compare: https_error.PNG) --> see attachment_1
Therefore we enabled HTTPS (zend_jobqueue.enable_https -> on) settings for the cronjobs and recognized the following note: "Enable support for HTTPS jobs (experimental)" (compare: ssl_cron_on.PNG) Is this feature not supported or guaranteed to work? --> see attachment_2
Well, the excecution of the cronjobs, as mentioned still does not work. The cronjobs are executed but the status just says: "Failed" (compare: https_cron_failed.PNG). Regarding the server's log-files the error message (for HTTPS) is: "... Job xyz failed. Bad HTTP response" (compare: cron_logs.PNG), compared to older cronjobs the using HTTP the message was: "... Job xyz failed. Bad HTTP response 301" --> see attachment_3
So as mentioned, after our latest testings (regarding HTTPS) we again obtained no positive results. Checking the log-files we got the following error-messages:
[JobQueue 08.11.2017 13:40:00 p205880/t1 WARNING] Job 526832 failed. Bad HTTP response
Since the configuration of the zend server was adjusted to HTTPS, the error message looks like a bug or misconfiguration of the zend server itself. And since this error message does not help us continuing to fix the problem we could only access the cronjobs from another server at this point, I therefore ask you for support.
Thanks in advance for your feedback.
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