Rancher 2.0 CA root certificates

I used java to call Rancher 2.0 API,

But got error message: " unable to find valid certification path to requested target".

It’s about ssl key problem.

Where is rancher 2.0 default CA root certificates ?

I want to add ssl key to java keystore.

I’m not 100% sure, but try looking in
/etc/rancher/ssl inside the container

To solve this problem we went down the path of getting a “real” cert from a cert provider and using that for our Rancher server. You can then map it during Rancher startup like this

sudo docker run -d \
--restart=unless-stopped \
--name rancher \
--log-driver json- file \
--log-opt max-size=100m \
--log-opt max- file =3 \
-p 80:80 -p 443:443 \
-e HTTP_PROXY= "http://wall.ad.selinc.com:8080/" \
-e HTTPS_PROXY= "http://wall.ad.selinc.com:8080/" \
-e NO_PROXY= "localhost,,,localaddress,selinc.com," \
- v /var/lib/rancher : /var/lib/rancher \
- v /etc/rancher/ssl/cert .pem: /etc/rancher/ssl/cert .pem \
- v /etc/rancher/ssl/key .pem: /etc/rancher/ssl/key .pem \
sel-docker.artifactory.metro.ad.selinc.com /rancher/rancher :v2.0.8-rc1 --no-cacerts