Does simply executing
./letsencrypt-auto certonly -a standalone \
-d example.com -d www.example.com -d sub1.example.com -d sub2.example.com \
register all these subdomains as 1 cert?
I'm planning to only use one cert, but during production/testing I did it one-by-one to make sure everything was working smoothly (and I planned out which subdomains I wanted as I went ahead). This pretty much made me waste my limit.
Currently my productivitiy has come to a halt, and I've had to run my newer services using HTTP (even my cloud storage).
I was hoping to get a whitelist/removed limit so I could wrap this up and fix my cronjobs so I get only a few certs.
When registering multiple domains under a single cert, do they still end up in their own directories (I need to know so I can adjust my nginx config accordingly)? (E.g. in letsencrypt/live/ you'd see these directories:
example.com www.example.com sub1.example.com sub2.example.com