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Amazon Linux 2023
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docker image: certbot/certbot
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The code was working before, I changed nothing and get error like above. The code source is come from Nginx and Let’s Encrypt with Docker in Less Than 5 Minutes | by Philipp | Medium. The code which run certbot server is part of init-letsencrypt.sh which comes from the code source. Consider it works before(I successfully get a new certificate), it's unlikely causing by my code. Could you kindly take a look why I get this error?
Yeah, that's what I thought. I'm pretty new to using certbot and I'm trying to debug something. So I have no idea my code is letting me force renew my certificate, until I reach the limitation (which let me think it might work latter, and all I need to do is waiting ), and I also change some logic here to not to force new certificate right now. Thank you so much for your help!
I think it make more sense that it's just I reach the limitation of my request of certificate(since it works before, but not works now, and I changed nothing about certbot part). But thank you so much for you help!