|OS type and version
||Ubuntu Linux 20.04.4
I’ve recently reached the 100-domain-name limit for one of my virtual servers’ SSL certificate.
This is a shared application so it has to handle many aliases.
Now Let’s Encrypt won’t let me add any new alias.
So I guess the only way to add new domain names is to install a separate certificate for each of them.
Can Virtualmin handle this in any way?
To use Virtualmin for SaaS type apps, it is best to host the app as a separate virtual server in Virtualmin and create a separate virtual server in Virtualmin for each of the user accounts of the SaaS. The Virtualmin API can automate this to a great extent.
This approach is much better than creating aliases and superloading SSL certificates to serve a hundred domains.
If my assumption about a SaaS type use in your particular case is incorrect, please ignore my message.
Thank you for your answer.
I’ve tried as a test to create a separate virtual server in Virtualmin for an account but it seems that the docroot has to be different from the app’s one, so it doesn’t work.
I ended creating the virtual server manually in Apache…
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