I have a Virtualmin server where letsencrypt is not auto updating.
I found this previous locked thread and checked everything over and it all looks OK.
I use VirtualMin with great pleasure.
I like how easy I can install and maintain my SSL certificates now using let’s encrypt. However, I had set let’s encrypt to autorenew every 2 months on all my sites. Today I woke up to non-working sites. I checked the certificates and it said ‘Last renewal date: 3.03 months ago’.
So, I requested the certificates again and everything is working now.
How can I actually autorenew the certificates in the future? I would like to renew it every 2 months, b…
“System Status” has 2 entries in the webmin scheduled functions, once at boot and then every 300 seconds.
Webmin Actions list a few letsencrypt actions, but they seem to coincide with then I manually requested a cert.
in the /virtual-server/ info file, the designated users with permission DO exist.
In the virtual server’s Let’s Encrypt tab, it is set to renew every 2 months.
What else can I check? There must be someplace where System Status has a list of jobs to perform, where is that?
At first install latest
Webmin 1.942 and Virtualmin 6.09 GPL.
certbot package and try re-requesting SSL certificate manually from Virtualmin/SSL Certificate page. In the future, it should automatically request certificates for you.
certbot is only an option on relatively new distributions. OP hasn’t told us what distro/version they have, so it may not be an option for them, but Webmin 1.942 has an updated acme_tiny client, so it can probably still work.
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