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How To Change TimeZone of MySQL

The MySQL server maintains several time zone settings

SSL Converter

Use this SSL Converter to convert SSL certificates to and from different formats such as pem, der, p7b, and pfx. Different platforms and devices require SSL certificates to be converted to different formats. For example, a Windows server exports and imports .pfx files while an Apache server uses inpidual PEM (.crt, .cer) files. To use the SSL Converter, just select your certificate file and its current type (it will try to detect the type from the file extension) and then select what type you want to convert the certificate to and click Convert Certificate.

Upload the Signed Certificate for Elastic Load Balancing

When you receive your server certificate from the certificate authority (CA), it might be in a format that is not supported by IAM. Typically you receive a public certificate, one or more intermediate certificates and a root certificate. The intermediate certificates and the root certificate can come bundled in a file or as separate files. The file names may vary depending on the type of SSL certificate you purchase and the certificate authority.

Extracting public and private keys from a Java Key Store (JKS)

Using the keytool utility, it is easy to extract the public key of an already created "public-private" key pair, which is stored in a keystore.