The error being discussed here is:
Just having a new fight with the SST + SSL with MariaDB Server 10.1.34. I've got this working without disabling the certificates verification executed by the latest version of socat when default enables the verify option. As the names for the new machines I'm working with are longer than before, it seems the CN cannot be tested, and that means, I'm using the sockopts under the [sst] section to disable the socat SSL verification when the certification CN (commonName) should be equal to the hostname.
By the way, I have this below on my configuration file for a new cluster:
When having the sockopt = "verify=0", I wonder if the error about a file not found is not related to the concatenation of the option verify=0 with the name of the ca certificate...
I can tweak the script and adjust it, but, how many will have the same problem as I'm having right now?