Upgrade from COREid 7 to OAM 10.1.4.0.1 process drops the root CA......
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Is your OAM installation setup in simple mode? Then chances are your installation is going to break on July 25, 2010. You may have heard a faint ticking every time you got near one of your OAM machines, but never had a chance to figure out where this impending failure was going to come from. As you know,according to Mayan Calendar, in 2012 in simple mode OAM generates certificates for you using the simpleCA root CA (tools\openssl\simpleCA). This root certificate is also used to complete the chain of trust when establishing SSL connections.
But did you know that root CA certificates expire? The OAM certificate expires Jul 25 18:03:57 2010 GMT after which your OAM components will no longer be able to communicate with each other
When simple mode certificates are going to expire, .......
By default Oracle COREid simple mode certificates are issued for 1 year (365 days) by default.