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The users are unable to connect the Apache and i am getting the following error in the apache logs.some time the user get the access but some times they it start searching and searching
Error Log:
[Thu Aug 11 09:58:10 2016] mod_ossl: SSL call to NZ function nzos_Handshake failed with error 28864 (server xxxxx:4443, client xxxx
[Thu Aug 11 09:58:10 2016] mod_ossl: SSL IO error [Hint: the client stop the connection unexpectedly]
[Thu Aug 11 09:58:13 2016] [info] got an event: IAS/PM/PROC_READY
[Thu Aug 11 09:58:19 2016] [info] got an event: IAS/PM/PROC_READY
[Thu Aug 11 09:58:24 2016] [info] got an event: IAS/PM/PROC_READY
[Thu Aug 11 09:58:43 2016] [info] got an event: IAS/PM/PROC_READY
[Thu Aug 11 09:58:49 2016] [info] got an event: IAS/PM/PROC_READY
[Thu Aug 11 09:58:54 2016] [info] got an event: IAS/PM/PROC_READY
[Thu Aug 11 09:58:56 2016] mod_ossl: SSL call to NZ function nzos_Handshake failed with error 28864 (server xxxxx:4443, client xxxx
[Thu Aug 11 09:58:56 2016] mod_ossl: SSL IO error [Hint: the client stop the connection unexpectedly]
[Thu Aug 11 09:59:13 2016] [info] got an event: IAS/PM/PROC_READY
[Thu Aug 11 09:59:19 2016] [info] got an event: IAS/PM/PROC_READY
[Thu Aug 11 09:59:24 2016] [info] got an event: IAS/PM/PROC_READY
[Thu Aug 11 09:59:40 2016] mod_ossl: SSL call to NZ function nzos_Handshake failed with error 28864 (server xxxxx, client xxxx
[Thu Aug 11 09:59:40 2016] mod_ossl: SSL IO error [Hint: the client stop the connection unexpectedly]
[Thu Aug 11 09:59:43 2016] [info] got an event: IAS/PM/PROC_READY
[Thu Aug 11 09:59:49 2016] [info] got an event: IAS/PM/PROC_READY
[Thu Aug 11 09:59:54 2016] [info] got an event: IAS/PM/PROC_READY
[Thu Aug 11 09:59:56 2016] mod_ossl: SSL call to NZ function nzos_Handshake failed with error 28864 (server xxxxx:4443, client xxxx
[Thu Aug 11 09:59:56 2016] mod_ossl: SSL IO error [Hint: the client stop the connection unexpectedly]
[Thu Aug 11 10:00:13 2016] [info] got an event: IAS/PM/PROC_READY
[Thu Aug 11 10:00:19 2016] [info] got an event: IAS/PM/PROC_READY
[Thu Aug 11 10:00:24 2016] [info] got an event: IAS/PM/PROC_READY
[Thu Aug 11 10:00:43 2016] [info] got an event: IAS/PM/PROC_READY
[Thu Aug 11 10:00:49 2016] [info] got an event: IAS/PM/PROC_READY
[Thu Aug 11 10:00:54 2016] [info] got an event: IAS/PM/PROC_READY
[Thu Aug 11 10:00:56 2016] mod_ossl: SSL call to NZ function nzos_Handshake failed with error 28864 (server xxxxx:4443, clientxxxx
[Thu Aug 11 10:00:56 2016] mod_ossl: SSL IO error [Hint: the client stop the connection unexpectedly]
[Thu Aug 11 10:01:10 2016] mod_ossl: SSL call to NZ function nzos_Handshake failed with error 28864 (server xxxx:4443, client xxxx
[Thu Aug 11 10:01:10 2016] mod_ossl: SSL IO error [Hint: the client stop the connection unexpectedly]
[Thu Aug 11 10:01:13 2016] [info] got an event: IAS/PM/PROC_READY
[Thu Aug 11 10:01:19 2016] [info] got an event: IAS/PM/PROC_READY
[Thu Aug 11 10:01:24 2016] [info] got an event: IAS/PM/PROC_READY
[Thu Aug 11 10:01:43 2016] [info] got an event: IAS/PM/PROC_READY
[Thu Aug 11 10:01:49 2016] [info] got an event: IAS/PM/PROC_READY
[Thu Aug 11 10:01:54 2016] [info] got an event: IAS/PM/PROC_READY
[Thu Aug 11 10:01:57 2016] mod_ossl: SSL call to NZ function nzos_Handshake failed with error 28864 (server xxxxx:4443, client xxxx
[Thu Aug 11 10:01:57 2016] mod_ossl: SSL IO error [Hint: the client stop the connection unexpectedly]
[Thu Aug 11 10:02:13 2016] [info] got an event: IAS/PM/PROC_READY
[Thu Aug 11 10:02:19 2016] [info] got an event: IAS/PM/PROC_READY
[Thu Aug 11 10:02:24 2016] [info] got an event: IAS/PM/PROC_READY
[Thu Aug 11 10:02:41 2016] mod_ossl: SSL call to NZ function nzos_Handshake failed with error 28864 (server xxxx:4443, client xxxx
[Thu Aug 11 10:02:41 2016] mod_ossl: SSL IO error [Hint: the client stop the connection unexpectedly]
[Thu Aug 11 10:02:43 2016] [info] got an event: IAS/PM/PROC_READY
[Thu Aug 11 10:02:49 2016] [info] got an event: IAS/PM/PROC_READY
[Thu Aug 11 10:02:54 2016] [info] got an event: IAS/PM/PROC_READY
[Thu Aug 11 10:02:56 2016] mod_ossl: SSL call to NZ function nzos_Handshake failed with error 28864 (server xxxx:4443, client xxxx
[Thu Aug 11 10:02:56 2016] mod_ossl: SSL IO error [Hint: the client stop the connection unexpectedly]
[Thu Aug 11 10:03:00 2016] [warn] xxxx] read request line timed out
[Thu Aug 11 10:03:00 2016] [warn] [xxxx] oc4j_socket_recvfull timed out
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If this is your first experience of SSL with Apache, you might want to read the onlamp tutorial and commentary.

The messages suggest that Apache is unable to connect to an SSL process.  This is probably obvious, but OpenSSL (or an equivalent SSL package) must be installed, and properly configured, and running, for Apache to operate with SSL.

Personal commentary:  I found Apache support for SSL difficult, especially the all-or-none requirement for virtual hosts.  If SSL is not absolutely required, e.g. for secure transaction processing, I'd skip it.
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Are you using any Java application? with apache?
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Using SSL for anything on the modern internet is almost becoming a requirement.
(See also the Letsencrypt project for arguments).

Are you realle bound to apache? Or was it chosen to go with the flow? There are other http servers out there that are more then capable to serve out data like lighttpd and nginx. Those are considerable easier to configure and will turn out to be less resource hungry than apache.

That said, the error seems to point to a client aborting the handshake, so there might be clients that refuse to accept SSL3 offers..., and are you offering TLS1.* (since about a year the advised minimal set, and in some browsers since a year required as minimal level).
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