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My domain has been limited and I don’t know the reason why.
Although I did reinstall my server and LetsEncrypt to the domain like 5 times, but not 50.
So, what could be the problem here?
Which rate limit have you reached? What’s the error message?
That is the Duplicate Certificate rate limit.
Renewals are treated specially: they don’t count against your Certificates per Registered Domain limit, but they are subject to a Duplicate Certificate limit of 5 per week. Note: renewals used to count against your Certificate per Registered Domain limit until March 2019, but they don’t anymore.
A certificate is considered a renewal (or a duplicate) of an earlier certificate if it contains the exact same set of hostnames, ignoring capitalization and ordering of hostnames. For instance, if you requested a certificate for the names [
example.com ], you could request four more certificates for [
example.com ] during the week. If you changed the set of hostnames by adding [
blog.example.com ], you would be able to request additional certificates.
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