There is inconsistent information on the SSL Certificate page. See attached image:
||Debian Linux 9
|Time on system
||Tuesday, October 18, 2022 6:40 PM
||AMD EPYC 7542 32-Core Processor, 1 cores
||226.44 MiB used / 430.2 MiB cached / 952.42 MiB total
|Local disk space
||11.41 GiB used / 8.01 GiB free / 19.43 GiB total
To help us, help you… What is the expiry date as defined by the browser? This will help the @staff figure out which is accurate and what needs to be fixed.
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browser reports 16/1/2023 as cert expiry, so no real problem.
maybe you should upgrade webmin/virtualmin to their latest versions and rechecking.
Thanks, this may be a bug that @Ilia can address.
I think the best fix here would be updating Webmin to the latest 2.001 and Virtualmin to 7.2.
Debian 9 is also EOL since a few months, so you should upgrade to at least Debian 10.
I would also suggest going straight to Debian 11.
Yes, naturally, but that is a slightly more significant step
And I hope you weren’t talking about skip-upgrading which is a horrible idea for anyone unfamiliar with Debian.
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