Can't certbot renew in nginx

But if you make a file /src/examplestore/www/public/test.txt, you can’t see that file at /test.txt on the web site itself?

Nginx appends the full path to the root. It needs to be “root /src/examplestore/www/public;”. “root /src/examplestore/www/public/.well-known/acme-challenge;” would use paths like /src/examplestore/www/public/.well-known/acme-challenge/.well-known/acme-challenge.

Nginx’s error.log should show what path it’s been trying to use.

However… Nginx’s default 404 page uses different phraseology. It’s:

404 Not Found


nginx/1.12.1

It’s totally possible the site is configured to use a nnon-default 404 page, but it could also be that 404 errors are coming from some backend PHP web application or somesuch.

Edit:

And Nginx’s default error pages don’t contain a <meta> tag.

If the error is coming from a web application, Nginx’s error.log probably doesn’t contain anything, and you’d have to see if the web application has logs.

Hi all,

Please close, the issue was solved with create new certificate. And my mistake was i renewal in old server. I am forget that web app was move on new VPS server…
And many thank’s to @schoen @jared.m @mnordhoff for your support.

Thank you,

Wahyu

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