Actually I fixed the problem by generating a whole new set of SSL
Thanks for the help!
> This morning the default timespan of ssl certificates took my servers
> Everything was running fine, but this morning the SSL encrypted MySQL
> connections stopped working!
> Then I realized that the Problem was, that the certificates ran out this
> The first solution that I found on the Internet was:
> openssl x509 -days 365 -in cacert.pem -out new.pem -signkey server-key.pem
> After this moving new.pem in place of cacert.pem.
> This worked fine and the certifcate is now shown to run one year from now.
> But still I get an SSL connection error up on connect, just like before:
> ERROR 2026 (HY000): SSL connection error
> I'm testing this with an local connection!
> Could anybody give me a hint?