I’m hit by the domain rate limit, but this is not a new certificate, but a renewal. I know the reason for the rate limit and can understand why this is needed, but I don’t understand what’s the benefit for applying the limit on renewals, too.
This can break existing setups and render services useless that are trusting Let’s Encrypt to reliably work as soon as it has been set up once. Once again I am very close to run into serious problems because of that issue.
There has been a pull request to disable rate limit for renewals. If I understand this correctly this has been merged already on March 10, but still this issue is unresolved.
Can you please take a look if that code perhaps still needs to be rolled out serverside?
Additionally I thought I would not run into this problem at all since the domain I am using (noip.me from No-IP.com provider), is now on the PSL correctly. It has been added to the PSL on Dec 4th 2015 (https://github.com/publicsuffix/list/pull/64/commits/469ec0746670062e4390c8832e3a8239758e1931)
It there any issue respecting this list?