My domain is: https://fitnationplus.com/
I ran this command: certbot renew
I also tried deleting the certificate and again issuing the certificate.
My web server is (include version): Openlitespeed
The operating system my web server runs on is (include version):
My hosting provider, if applicable, is: DigitalOcean
I can login to a root shell on my machine: Yes
I'm using a control panel to manage my site: No
The version of my client is Certbot 0.40.0
@Sushantfitness Welcome to the community.
You probably just need to reload or restart your litespeed server. I am not familiar with it so am not sure of the commands but hopefully you know
Tried but not solved the problem.
@Sushantfitness Are you sure? I am seeing a new certificate now with openssl:
issuer= /C=US/O=Let's Encrypt/CN=R3
notBefore=Oct 23 08:06:03 2021 GMT
notAfter=Jan 21 08:06:02 2022 GMT
1 s:/C=US/O=Let's Encrypt/CN=R3
i:/C=US/O=Internet Security Research Group/CN=ISRG Root X1
2 s:/C=US/O=Internet Security Research Group/CN=ISRG Root X1
i:/O=Digital Signature Trust Co./CN=DST Root CA X3
What are you using that still shows the old one?
Update: Can also check here:
Yes, it is solved now. I was just typing my URL in the browser on my PC. Now I tied it in different device and it is showing SSL. Thanks
I want to automate the renewal of SSL, can you point me towards a proper guide to do that. Thank You
@Sushantfitness I will make an assumption that you used the
certonly command to initially create the cert. Let me know if that is not the case.
One way is to use the
--deploy-hook option on the
renew command. The hook command runs after a renewal that successfully creates a new cert. You set the command to restart litespeed or whatever else you need. And, if you have not already, setup a cron to run the renew. So, something like:
certbot renew --deploy-hook "command to reload/restart litespeed"
This is described here:
You could also add the deploy hook in a certonly command and it will save the value in the renewal conf. That avoids needing to use it with the renew command.
Yes, When issuing the certificate I used certonly command. Thanks for the info.
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