We’ve been trying to be very efficient when it comes to issuing Let’s Encrypt certificates. We have around 15 domains added to one certificate. Yet, when trying to add another one, extending process fails since there is a limit for an existing domain on .spb.ru:
Too many certificates already issued for: spb.ru
There are 2 problems here:
- .spb.ru should be added to PublicSuffix and it is wrong that it’s not there
- the process fails for all domains since it failed for one domain
It is clear that .spb.ru should be added to PublicSuffix and it’s in process of being approved. The feature i’m requesting is:
When issuing or requesting a certificate for more than X domains, even if Y limits are reached, allow the certificate issuing.
The logic behind it - even if a person abuses Let’s Encrypt with one domain, it is still way more efficient to satisfy the request for all the other domains, which, in exchange, saves a lot of resources in order to issue a certificate for all the domains, compared to issuing certificates one-by-one for every domain.