Upgrade from 9.18.x to 9.19.x (latest release as on date) caused SSL to break

{{ Another one of my posts where I was not sure which github repo this should actually go into }}

When I did an upgrade from the official repo, the SSL won’t start.
The SSL module was not being loaded.

It worked fine once I added the following to kaltura.ssl.conf.template and kaltura.ssl.conf :

<IfModule !ssl_module>

LoadModule ssl_module modules/mod_ssl.so


 Listen 443 

Hope this helps someone facing similar issues.

Hello Shaktidhar,

Usually this module would be loaded in /etc/httpd/conf.d/ssl.conf which is part of the mod_ssl package so it should not be an issue but that said, I see no harm but only good in adding it.
Please make a pull request to:



I believe the reason it broke during the upgrade relates to changes made following:

For now, until Core add it, I added the conditional loading as a patch which is included in kaltura-base 9.19.3-4 which I just pushed.


Thanks. Earlier Zohar and now you, seem to be the ever-so-omnipresent Kaltura commando. :slight_smile:
Thank you for quick confirmations and response.

Thank you for the pull:)