I have started getting “too many currently pending authorizations” on 4 servers since yesterday, others are fine.
I’m checking the pending authorizations with https://tools.letsdebug.net/clear-authz by uploading the entire log, but it shows 0 pending authorizations.
Can someone look at my case?
Isn’t it possible to have some dashboard where you can login with your account details and check everything? I’m willing to contribute a dashboard for Let’s Encrypt.
EDIT: While I was writing this post, another server joined, so the total is 5 now.
pending authorizations are an indicator that your client is buggy.
Why are these authorizations not valid / invalid?
A new order is created, the client creates the validation file (or dns entry), then sends the command to the challenge url - “please check the challenge”.
Then the status should be valid / invalid.
Looks like the “please check the challenge” - command doesn’t work.
Correct, but everything is logged and when you check the status of the authorization it should say valid/invalid/expired/pending I’m not sure if other cases are possible.
Now when I scan all authorizations, nothing is pending. This happened in the past during the Cloudflare transition on 2 servers and it was solved with Let’s Debug Toolkit which scans the requests using your browser, but now the issue appeared on 5 servers during this 2 days and I’m not able to find any pending authorizations. What do you think?
Same error happening for us too and there are no pending authorizations from our side.
Kindly help to fix this @cpu @roland
You may want to create a new account temporarily and use that instead when requesting a new certificate. I believe the management of your multiple accounts will be not so easy.
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